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THE TORCH 



Yearbook 1959 

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As editors of the Torch, we are proud in presenting this yearbook of the first true Silver 
Lake graduating class. Coming to the school as Freshmen and graduating as Seniors, 
these students have become Silver Lake students, gaining a spirit that can only be 
attained by spending four years at an outstanding school. This class has played a most 
important part in the unification of a modern school; a school worthy of the pride 
that Is becoming increasingly evident among the students. As a class, it has made a 
beginning step In establishing a fine tradition. We believe and hope that future classes 
will continue to evidence the unity and tradition of Silver Lake. 





DEDICATION 



To Mr. Robert R. Ringer, a teacher who has inspired in us both respect and understanding, we, the class of 
1959 proudly dedicate The Torch. 

We shall always remember and appreciate his fine English class. It is a class which Mr. Ringer's unique sense 
of humor and outstanding ability has made a memorable one. He has been an ever-present guide to our 
Senior Class, a guide not only to knowledge, but also to attaining understanding and self confidence. 
Mr. Ringer's theatrical talents and fine direction assured success to our Senior Class Play. In him the Dra- 
matics Club has found its finest adviser. 

Yes, we very proudly dedicate our yearbook to a man who has guided us faithfully through a wonderful 
high school year. We owe to him what we can never repay — a part of ourselves. 



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SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

FIRST ROW: M. Toabe, P. Holzworth, R. Hammond, G. Cushman, J. Kilroy, H. Wood. SECOND ROW: R. 
Sturtevant, R. Baltzer, J. Durgin, Jr., H. Bryant. 



OUR SCHOOL 




ADMINISTRATION 





Chester Ray — Superintendent 



Francis Moran — Assistant Superintendent 



At this time I extend to you my sincere congratulations as you pre- 
pare to enter upon the responsibilities of adult society. Some of you 
will immediately assume these responsibilities as you enter the voca- 
tional world. Others will find increased responsibilities as you con- 
tinue your studies in college and other specialized institutions. No 
matter which path you persue us you go forward towards your goal 
in life you will find that education is a continuing process long after 
"school bells" have ceased to ring. 

Arthur Silvester 



The Class of 1959 is the first four-year class to be graduated from 
Silver Lake. This is living proof that a regional high school can 
achieve the same unity formerly found only in a town or city high 
school. I further consider this class to be a monument to the vision 
of the original planning committee which had the courage to 
establish the regional idea in this section of the state. Congratula- 
tions and best wishes. Class of 1959. 

Francis Moran 





Arthur Silvester — Principal 



Thomas Barham — Assistant Superintendent 



GUIDANCE 
A. Hand 
E. Churchill 




STAFF 




SCIENCE - MATH 
D. Randall, B. Coin, M. Rounds, M. McCulloch, E. Barry, R. Grant, R. Cookley, 
D. Long, R. Fallon. 



ENGLISH 
R. Ringer, A. Hill, O. Lemerise, J. McCormick, J. Smith. 




R. Andrews — ART 



D. Taber - LIBRARIAN 



JUNIOR HIGH ENGLISH 
M. Packard, P. Goldmann, D. Raymond, V. Waitt, B. Sprague, 
S. Keith. 




JUNIOR HIGH MATH 

P. Fuller 

E. Lootz 

S. Bjornholm 

C. Knox 

W. Clougherty 

T. Minnock 



SECRETARIES 
Mrs. Cote 
Mrs. Svirsky 



INTERNES 

B. Mason 

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PRESIDENT 

CHARLES LENARD GATELY, Jr. "Chuck" 

"Everything that is great has been done by youth." 

Chuck has done a tremendous job as our football co-captain and 
class president during his senior year. Popularity is Chuck's alone, 
for no one is more pleasant and enjoyable to talk with than he. 

Class President 4; Student Council 3,4; Chorus 4; Basketball 
2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Tennis 3; F.F.A. President 3,4. 



VICE-PRESIDENT 

RICHARD FRANKLIN WARD 

"A man beloved, a man elect of men." 



'Dick' 




Dick is not only an outstanding athlete, having won the Gurney 
Award in his junior year, but he has also proved himself a cap- 
able leader in fulfilling the office of class vice-president. The fu- 
ture can be nothing but fruitful for you, Dick. 

Football 2,3,4 co-captain; Track 1,2, co-captain 3,4; Basketball 
2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2; Vice President 3,4; Drama- 
tics Club 2. 



SECRETARY 

JUDITH LEE WALKER "Judy" 

"There is no jewel in the world so valuable as a virtuous 

woman." 

Dependability, outstanding character, and responsibility are 
traits which make Judy an honored member of our class. She has 
worked hard as Honor Society President and has served for three 
years as class secretary. With her many fine qualities, Judy will 
make an excellent teacher. 

Class President 1; Class Secretary 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2; 
Honor Society 2,3,4, president 4; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Future 
Teachers of America 4; Drum Majorettes 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1; 
Executive Council 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Science Fair Award 
3; Public Relations Staff 3; Senior Class Play. 




TREASURER 

LORRAINE NEWTON CALVERT "Rainy" 

"Boldness has genius, power and magic in it." 

Busy! Busy! Busyl Class treasurer, prom decorations, senior play, 
yearbook; where there's activity, there's Rainy, even on a roof- 
top at 6 a.m. What! Blue hair and a teddy bearl 

Class Treasurer 3,4; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2,3; 
Chorus 1,2,3; Senior Class Play. 

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HISTORIAN 




ANN FURTADO "Ann" 

"And the thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts." 

Ann's always ready with a smile although her changeable moods 
ore as many as her various activities. A great job on the year- 
book! We never could have done without her. She'll be a terrific 
teacher with her desire to be helpful even if she can't find a 
course in LatinI 

Historian 2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3, Secretary 4; Yearbook Staff 
3,4; Chairman Editorial; Senior Class Play 4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; 
French Club 4; Future Teachers of America 3,4; Basketball 3,4; 
Public Relations 3; Science Fair 3. 






AILEEN ESTHER ANDERSON "Aileen" 

"Let us be patient, tender, wise, forgiving 
in this strange task of living." 
Aileen has patience, and ability. An accomplished commercial 
student, she is quiet and reserved, yet friendly, happy, and effi- 
cient. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 1; Field Hockey 1; Junior Prom 3. 





JOYCE ELLEN ANDRADE 

"It is better to be faithful than famous." 



"Joycee" 



Joyce is the attractive girl who has been working at the ice cream 
counter during this past year. Like most of our senior girls she is 
well dressed. Joyce spends a good deal of time discussing the 
latest gossip with Janice, but she is never too busy to lend a 
helping hand. 

Chorus 2. 




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ELIZABETH ANDRESEN "Liz" 

"Patience is the best remedy for every trouble." 

If you hear any complaining about homework or older sisters it's 
more than likely coming from Liz. She always manages to find 
something wrong. Despite her complaining, Liz is more than 
friendly, and well liked. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Dramatics Club 3; Chorus 1,2,3; Field Hockey 
1; Junior Prom 3. 



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MARIAN LAURA BAILEY "Marian" 

"A good heart is better than all the heads in the world." 

Marian will gladly lend a helping hand in anything she can. 
Although she appears to be very quiet, her friends know that 
she is unusually talkative. 

Yearbook StafF 4; Chorus 1; Junior Prom 3; Senior Class Play. 



FAITH MARGARET BAKER 

"Her air, her manners, all who sow admired. 
Courteous though coy and gentle though retired.' 



"Faith' 



Faith's pretty smile adds life to the many activities in which she 
participates. She has many interests, especially male, and will 
enter a career in fashion. 

Student Council 2; Chorus 1; Executive Council 3; Junior Prom 3; 
Senior Reception 3; Senior Class Play. 



THEODORE EDWARD BAKER 

"True goodness springs from a man's own heart." 



"Ted' 



Ted was our man JefFrey in the Senior Class Play, and, we might 
add, most convincing in the role. We'll always associate Ted 
with his speedy Model A. Anyone for a ride in the rumble-seat? 
With his pleasing manners, Ted will represent Silver Lake well 
wherever he goes. 

Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; Senior Class Play. 



JOAN CRAWFORD BARTLETT 

"My business and my art is to live." 



"Joanne'' 



Joanne not only has original opinions and a mind of her own, 
but she is not afraid to speak what she thinks. Among Joanne's 
interests are art and sewing, and she does a remarkable job of 
making her own clothes. With her talents and convictions, 
Joanne wiJI lead a creative and useful life. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Dramatics Club 3; Home Economics Club 4; 
Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Class Play. 



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CATHERINE ANN BENEA "Cathy" 

"She is always laughing for she has an infinite deal of wit." 

Cathy's favorite pastime is talking, and few can surpass her in 
wit for she never fails to have something clever in mind. Silver 
Lake will miss Cathy next year. After all, who will be left to do 
all the talking? 

Executive Board 4; Yearbook StafF 4; Dramatics Club 2; Home 
Economics Club 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Jun- 
ior Prom 3; Senior Class Play. 





KAREN LUELLA BILLINGS "Karen" 

"Choose the best life; habit will make it pleasant." 

What greater quality can a person possess than that of friend- 
liness? Karen participates in many activities including Future 
Nurses. She will make an incomparable nurse. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Library Club 2; Future Nurses 2,3,4; Chorus 
1,2; Junior Prom 3; Senior Class Play. 



LEWIS WINFIELD BLACKMAN "Lewie" 

"It matters not what we are thought to be but what we are." 

Lewie has represented our class admirably with his national 
agricultural achievements. He is always ready for a good time, 
and already on his way to a successful farming career. 

Track 2; FFA 1,2,3,4; Sentinel 4. 



AUDREY LEE BOSTOCK "Audrey" 

"I look for spirit in her eyes and meaning in her hair." 

With her persuasive brown eyes, Audrey easily influences all who 
know her. Pajama parties and dances are among Audrey's in- 
terests. She intends to enter into a business career. 

Yearbook StafF 4; Dramatics Club 1; Home Economics Club 4, 
President 4; Chorus 1,3,4; Junior Prom 3; Office Practice 4. 



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PHILIP OTIS BOSWORTH 

"Diligence is the mother of good fortune." 



'Phil" 



One of Silver Lake's outstanding athletes, treasurer of Key 
Club, hall monitor. Phil is always busy and with his many 
attributes will succeed in whatever he does. 

Executive Board 1; Student Council 4; Key Club 2,3,4; Treas- 
urer 4; Basketball 3; Football 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Hall Moni- 
tor 4; Cafeteria Monitor 4. 



EDWARD JOHN BOUTEMAIN 

"His life private, inactive, calm, contemplative." 



'Ed' 



Ed leads a private, thoughtful and contemplative life, but to 
call it inactive is hardly true. During football season he 
proved a valuable asset to our team in both ability and 
spirit. 

Football 3,4; Track 2. 




NORyvU ELAINE BRADDOCK "Norma" 

"With dancing hair and laughing eyes." 

Norma can be seen participating in most sports. An enthusi- 
ast on the field, she helps our teams on to victory with her 
undying spirit. Her friendly smile and sparkling eyes will 
bring Norma success in everything she does. 

Glee Club 1; Basketball 2,3,4; Gym Club 3,4; Field Hockey 
2,3,4. 



MARIAN CHRISTINE BROCK "MufFy" 

"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." 

Smiling, laughing, happy, and always content; MufFy's per- 
sonality will fit perfectly into her career — as either an air- 
line stewardess or a secretary. 

Executive Board 3,4; Student Council 2; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Dramatics Club 2; Home Economics Club 4; Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Class Play. 



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RICHARD ALLEN BROWN "Dick" 

"Nobody can give you better advice than yourself." 

Dick v/as a transfer from Plymouth who came to us last year. 
Although he is the silent type, we know he will excel in his 
life ambitions. 




LINDA LOU BUMPUS "Linda" 

"Nothing is meritorious but virtue and friendship." 

If you notice a sparkle in her eye that spells one thing — 
Stan. Linda is a Carver girl, always busily talking, usually 
with Ginny discussing the latest on Stan. 

Student Council 2; Glee Club 1,2,3; Home F onomics Club 
3,4; Junior Prom 3. 



THEODORE ALAN BURBANK "Teddy" 

"For a bright manhood there is no such word as 'Fail.' " 

Teddy's spirit and activity bring life and excitement wherever 
he goes. He is active during school also, taking part in stu- 
dent council and football. 

Student Council 3,4, President 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Rifle Club 
1,2,3, Vice-President 4; Football 2,3,4; Track 1,2; Monitor 3,4. 




ANN BERTHA BURGHOLZER 

"A true friend is forever a friend." 



"Ann" 



Ann always has on extra ear to lend while you relate your 
troubles. Although she is a commercial student, Ann wants to 
study hairdressing, a career in which we know she will be 
successful. 



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LINDA RUTH CADWELL "Linda" 

"Life and good living — what do we want besides?" 

Pleasant and friendly, Linda's happy ways are evidence of a fine 
disposition. She is a true individual in her views and beliefs. 

Glee Club 2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4. 



ALLEN WILLIAM CAMPBELL 

"One, lesson, nature, let me learn of thee." 



"Allen' 



Only one thing can be written of Allen and that concerns his 
deep interest and enjoyment in trapping. Allen has both original 
ideas and pleasures that others will never comprehend. 

Glee Club 4; Rifle Club 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 



MARY ANN CAPERELLO "Mary" 

"Be good, sweet maid, and let who can be clever." 

Such pretty auburn hair will never go unregarded. Despite her 
quiet manners, Mary is both friendly and well liked by all. 

Yearbook StofF 4; Junior Prom 3; Office Practice 4. 





ROSANNA CAVACCO "Rosie" 

"Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile." 

Rosie's efficient and businesslike manner go hand in hand with 
her warmth and friendliness. She is a commercial student, and 
most competent in her work. 



Chorus 2; Field Hockey 1. 



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NANCY MAY CHASE "Chasey" 

"The joy of youth and health her eyes displayed." 

What's all the ruckus In homeroom about? Don't be alarmed, it 
can only be Nancy causing the confusion. Silver Lake will miss 
her next year for as the saying goes "Have no fear, Nancy is 
here." 

Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 1,2,4; Field Hockey 1,4; Junior Prom 3. 



BRIAN JOSEPH CHRISTIE "Chris" 

"The mind and spirit remains invincible and vigor soon returns." 

A boy with strength and a quick mind, Chris has some combina- 
tion. He's a stamp collector whose other interests include girls 
and sports cars. 

Vocational Student Council Vice-President 2, President 3; Dra- 
matics Club 3,4; Rifle Club 1; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 2; Senior 
Class Play 3,4. 



MARILYN RUTH CONWAY "Marilyn" 

"I would live to study and not study to live." 

One of the special features of our class is our set of identical 
twins. Marilyn has many hobbies; she enjoys reading, we know. 
All those books couldn't possibly be homework! 

Dramatics Club 1; French Club 2; Chorus 1; Debate Club 3,4; 
School Newspaper Reporter 3. 




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MEREDITH ANNE CONWAY "Meredith" 

"Studies serve for delight, for ornament, and for ability." 

Meredith is the other member of our twosome. It must be fun to 
dress alike, as you do. Don't let that studious look fool you; al- 
though she studies hard, we know she likes to read and take 
pictures for her photography hobby. 

Dramatics Club 1; ^rench Club 2; Chorus 1; Debate Club 3,4; 
Press Club 3. 



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"Enthusiasm is the genius of sincerity. 



Although Dolly has spent only two years at Silver Lake, she has 
become an inseparable part of our class. You can bet that twin- 
kle in her eye is for someone special! 

Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 1,3; Dramatics Club 3; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 4; Gym Club 3,4; Field Hockey 1,4; School News- 
paper 3; Junior Prom 3; Office Practice 4. 



CHARLES HUBERT DE COSTE "Charlie" 

"Indeed, true gladness doth not always speak." 

Charlie is the outdoor type, his interests including hunting and 
fishing. During his quiet moods he has planned ahead in the 
future. 

Dramatics Club 3,4; Rifle Club 1,2,3. 



CAROL ANN DE FELICE "Carol" 

"The fairest garden in her looks and in her mind the wisest 
books." 

Carol's attractive and serene countenance captures the attention 
of many boys, but she thinks of only one. Many of Carol's ideas 
and views on various subjects surprise us for she is an original 
thinker. Originality and beauty — Carol possesses two fine 
qualities. 

Yearbook StafF 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; School Newspaper 3,4; Junior 
Prom 3; Public Relations 3; Senior Class Play. 




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DOROTHY MARIE DE JESUS "Dotty" 

"I live for those who love me and for those who know me true." 

Dottie's sparkling personality has added much to an exciting sen- 
ior year at Silver Lake. One of the finest dressers in the school, 
Dottie with her many clothes, has an equal amount of character. 
According to Donnie her future is pretty well planned. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 2,3; Junior Prom 3; Office Practice 3,4. 



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JANET MARGARET DE MULDER "Jan" 

"Her ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are 
peace." 

That special gleam always seen in Jan's eyes is for that certain 
fellow in Air Force blue. We would have been lost without Jan's 
cute little smile and her bubbling personality. Well Jan, we know 
California is where your future lies with that certain somebody, 
so we wish you the best of luck and happiness. 

Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4, Chairman Typing; Chorus 
2; Executive Council 1,2; Junior Prom 3; Senior Reception; Of- 
fice Practice 3,4; Girls' State. 





FLORENCE VIRGINIA DEVEREUX 

"While we live, let us live." 



'Chickie" 



Chickie is businesslike and enjoys that type of work, but she also 
takes advantage of life to the fullest extent. Her cheerful ways 
and manners show that she enjoys living, and we believe she will 
pursue a happily married life. 

Yearbook Staff 3,4; Junior Prom 2,3; Senior Reception 4; Office 
Practice 4. 




BONNIE MAY DOANE "Bonnie" 

"Wisdom is the abstract of the post, but beauty is the promise 
of the future." 

Bonnie is a commercial student who has proved invaluable in 
office practice. With her serene and placid composure, added to 
beauty, Bonnie has a successful future ahead. 

Office Practice 4. 




JAMES MATHEW DOUCETTE "Butch" 

"He does not only find the jest, but the laugh too." 

Here is a boy with plans, for Butch wonts to retire at the age 
of twenty-five. He likes to tell and listen to good jokes, which 
means that others appreciate his presence. 

Senior Class Play 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4. 



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MARYANN ESTELLE DRIES "Marty" 

"The red wine must first rise in her fair cheeks; then we shall 
have her talk us to silence." 

Who said that Maryann is quiet and sweet? They don't know 
our Maryann at all. She is a talkative, fun-loving girl, and we 
know she will be successful in modeling. 

Home Economics Club 4; Office Practice 4. 




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RICHARD ANTONE ERICKSON 

"I trust thy honest ofFered courtesy." 



"Dick" 



Amiable and courteous, helpful and witty; Dick has a ready 
smile and an easy going manner. The Carpentry boys have ap- 
preciated his personality through high school. 

Dramatics Club 4. 



JEAN FLORENCE ESTES "Jean" 

"With my whole heart and my whole soul." 

Jean is very quiet except when she is singing as an alto in her 
church choir. Right now, she is looking forward to settling down 
with that certain someone from Middleborough. 



PAULINE JANE EVANS "Pauline" 

"Be good, sweet maid, and let who can be clever." 

The state of Maine has been well-represented at Silver Lake this 
year by Pauline. We have heard of her interest in basketball, 
and also about her special interest. 

Chorus 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 2,3; School News 
paper 3. 



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PAUL STUART FERNALD "Tex" 

"He deserves Paradise, who makes his companions laugh." 

As the clown in his vocational class, Paul gives his classmates a 
good laugh, and his teachers a headache. His talkativeness and 
friendly manner always make it a pleasure to be with him. 

Dramatics Club 3,4; Senior Class Play 3. 



JOHN EDWARD FITZGERALD 

"Everything is sweetened by risk. 



"Fitz" 



To achieve happiness Fitz must be In some sort of trouble, and 
we must admit that we enjoy his playful antics. At heart, though, 
Fitz is considerate and thoughtful of others. 

Rifle Club 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,4. 




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PAUL DAVID FITZPATRICK 

"Studious of ease, fond of humble things.' 



"Fitz" 



Fitz, with his broad smile and easygoing manner, can always be 
counted on to work on stage settings for plays. His ease at talk- 
ing will surely take him far. 

Dramatics Club 3,4; Senior Class Play 3,4. 








ILSABETH CHRISTA FRIEDERICK "llsabeth" 

"Character is the governing element of life and is above genius." 

We have learned from llsabeth, our foreign exchange student, 
that teenagers are the same the world round. Due to her bright 
disposition and friendly manner, llsabeth was welcomed immedi- 
ately, and has become a definite part of our class. 




Honor Society 4; Student Council 4; Debate Club; Science Club 4. 



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ROBERT LEWIS GERSTLEY "Bob" 

"He could on either side, dispute confute, change hands, and 
still confute." 

A crack debator. Bob has the ability to argue his way out of 
any situation. Aside from debating, Bob's interests include out- 
door sports and electronics. After seeing his accomplishments in 
Physics, we know that Bob will do well in engineering. 

Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff, Junior Editor 3, Editor 4; 
Science Club 3,4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; Debate Club 3,4; Monitor. 



ROBERT KENNETH GHOLSON "Bob" 

"Let any man speak long enough, he will get believers." 

Opinions of his own, arguments of his own; Bob's character is 
dominant and distinct. His discussions and arguments often prove 
interesting and heighten our opinion of him. 

Executive Council 1,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Track 1; Basketball 3,4; 
Debate Club 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Reception 3; Public Re- 
lations 3; Monitor 3,4; Senior Class Ploy. 



TIMOTHY THOMAS GIBBS 

"It is quality rather than quantity that matters." 



"Tim" 



Tim also hails from Maine, and has joined us just this year. He 
is quiet everywhere except in history, the class in which he excels. 



ALICE FRANCES GLASS 

"Sweeter than honey and the honeycomb." 



"Alic 



Alice has a very special interest in the Air Force blue. Don't 
blush now! Her cheery hello's will be missed next year, along 
with her constant laughter ringing through the halls. 

Student Council 1,2,3,4, Historian 3; Business Staff 4; Dramatics 
Club 2; Home Economics Club 4; Chorus 2; Basketball 1,2,4; 
Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Junior Prom 3; Office Practice 4. 



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SABRA CHRISTINE GOFF "Sab" 

"Great persons are able to do great kindnesses." 

Sabra can be depended upon for help both in and out of school. 
Outdoor sports and dramatics are some of her interests, but 
Sab's destination is the chemistry lab at Northeastern. 

Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Library Club 2; Dramatics 
Club 1,2,3,4; French Club 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Class Play. 



ROBERT PETER GONSALVES 

"Practice is the best of all instructors.' 



"Bobby" 



Bobby is an automotive genius who came to us from Marshfield. 
His chief interest is tinkering with cars, but he also enjoys golf 
and hunting. 



PATRICIA ANN GOULD "Gouldie" 

"To those who know thee not, no words can paint. 
And those who know thee, know all words are faint." 

Her character and personality give Pat a distinct individualism. 
Never dull, never quiet, she is always interested in other people 
and their affairs. Although Pat likes to talk, she is always con- 
siderate of others. 

Executive Council 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Dramatics Club 2; 
Future Teachers of America 4; Chorus 2; Junior Prom 3. 



VIRGINIA MAY GOULD "Ginny" 

"So young, so fair, good without effort, great without a foe." 

Ginny is that cute senior girl who is usually seen driving a blue 
Ford. Her trademark is her long, blonde hair. You may hear her 
chattering about a certain gentleman, Brian by name. We expect 
to hear the ringing of wedding bells in the near future. 

Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 3,4, treasurer 3; Senior Reception. 



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JAMES WILLIAM GRANT 

"Ambition has no risk. 



"Jim' 



Jim is really going fo go places, for he has enough ambition for 
the whole senior class. He has participated in many of the social 
and academic functions of the school. 






JOANNE MARILYN GRISWOLD "Jo" 

"Beautiful faces are those that wear 
Whole souled honesty printed there." 

Joanne's flashing red hair compares with her personality. Happy 
and joking, we wonder why Joanne wants to settle down to a 
married life. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 1,2; Junior Prom 3; Office Practice. 



JOHN LAWRENCE GROVER "John" 

"Born for success he seemed, with grace to win, with heart to 
hold." 

In his bright and complacent disposition, John possesses the key 
to happiness. Seldom moody, always happy, his manner brings 
light into the lives of others, and his ability brings success into 
his own life. 

Executive Council 2,3; Honor Society 3,4, Vice President 4; Year- 
book Staff 3,4; Editorial Co-Chairman 4; Glee Club 1,2; Dra- 
matics Club 1,2,3,4; French Club 4; Key Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; 
Public Relations 3; Science Fair 3; Senior Class Play. 




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MICHAEL ERIC HALUNEN "Mike" 

"A man whose youth has no follies, will in his maturity have no 
power." 

Debonair and handsome, Mike has qualities which are admired 
by all who know him. Mike is never happy unless he has some 
part in mischief. We are sure he will make friends wherever the 
future takes him. 

Student Council 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Basketball 2; Track 2; 
Junior Prom 3; Senior Reception 3; Public Relations 3; Cafeteria 
monitors 3,4; Senior Class Play. 

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NATHANIEL TILDEN HAMMOND "Nat" 

"A heart to resolve, a head to control, and a hand to execute." 

Nat is known throughout the senior class for his ability in math. 
He collects coins, and also has an interest in guns and cars. We 
hear that Nat is a terrific bowler, too. How about a game 
sometime? 

Student Council 2; Yearbook StafF 4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; Basket- 
ball 3; Monitor 3,4. 



EDWARD CARTER HILL, Jr. 

"Do noble things, not dream them." 



"Eddie" 



Eddie can be seen out on the football field or riding around in 
his Chevy. The reserves will take care of his life for the next 
few years. Hey Ed! you can't take a boat to Hanover. 

Vocational Student Council 2,3; Rifle Club 1; Football 2,3,4; 
Executive Board 3,4. 



HERBERT JACKSON "Herby" 

"Music can noble hints impart, and manage all the man with 
secret art." 

One of Herb's interests is playing the drum, for which he has 

great ability. He fascinates everyone with his musical talent. As 

an athlete. Herb has done a fine job on our football and bas- 
ketball teams. 

Student Council 2; Chorus 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Foot- 
ball 1,2,3; Track 1. 




BETTE JANE JOHNSON "Bette" 

"The sweet expression of her face forever changing, yet the 
same." 

Quiet, sweet, and fun to be with; that's our Bette. Her ambition 
is to teach and with her winning personality, Bette will be popu- 
lar with all her pupils. 

Student Council 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Dramatics Club 1,2,3; 
Science Club 3; Future Teachers of America 4, Treasurer; Chorus 
1,2; Executive Council 1,4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Class Play. 



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DANA BRADFORD JOHNSON 

"Youth conies but once in a lifetime.' 



"Dana' 



You can't call Dona the class joker nor the class Romeo. Not 
quitel Nevertheless, he always has a good joke, and who was 
that crowd of girls I saw you with yesterday? 

Class Treasurer 1,2; Baseball 2; Band 4; Orchestra 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4. 



SHIRLEY ANN JOHNSON "Shirley" 

"Goodness is a special kind of truth and beauty." 

Who is that struggling with a chemistry problem? None other 
than Shirley. Her bright smile and determined attitude will prove 
valuable assets in her nursing career. 

Future Nurses 2,3,4; Senior Class Play. 




CHARLES ARTHUR KALLIO "Charlie" 

"If you would rule the world quietly, you must keep it amused." 

In his moods of mischief, Charlie has thought of and executed 
many a prank. Not one for peace and contentment, Charlie will 
bring excitement wherever he goes. 

Rifle Club 1. 







RICHARD LAWRENCE KEOUGH "Dick" 

"Nothing is impossible to a willing heart." 

Dick is an art student, of originality and imagination. His main 
interest is in hunting, and during that season he spends all of 
his spore time in the outdoors. 



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SAMUEL LEE KINSMAN "Lee" 

With afFection beaming in one eye and mischief shining out of 
the other." 

Lee can usually be seen driving his customized Ford with Carol 
beside him. Maybe some day he will have a bike of his own. 
When are you going to put those wheel cylinders on for her? 



JACQUELYNE ANNE LA CROSSE 

"Pretty to walk with, witty to talk with." 



"Jackie' 



A gay and witty girl with lovely hair, Jackie is Dave's "Special 
Angel." We usually see her at Skippy's or touring Kingston in 
that well-known Merc. Say Jackie, exactly what is a "moochbug?" 

Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Prom 3; Chorus 1,2,3; Senior Class Play. 



ANNE CLAIRE LA HAYE "Puddles" 

"Let him be Inspired by love or your dress." 

Ann came to Silver Lake In her Sophomore year and gained im- 
mediate popularity. She joined the cheering squad and was 
heard by all rooting our team on to victory. It was a hard job 
when we played Hingham. Ann is one of our best dressed Sen- 
iors, whose love life is always a topic of conversation. 

Student Council 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 2; Basketball 1,2; Soft- 
ball 1; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Executive Council 4. 






JAMES LANE "Jimmie" 

"Thy life will be with praise and prudence graced." 

We have another set of twins in our class, and these two major 
in carpentry. Jim's hobbies include outdoor sports, hunting, and 
fishing, and guns. 

Dramatics Club 3; Senior Class Play. 



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JOHN LANE "Johnnie" 

"Mingle your cares with pleasures now and then." 

John shares many of his brother's hobbies, these being guns, 
hunting, fishing. He also has an interest in trapping and raising 
hound dogs. The senior class appreciated his work on the set of 
our class play. 

Student Council 1; Dramatics Club 3; Rifle Club 3; Senior Class 
Play. 





PHILIP TODD LAROCHE "Phil" 

"Do as thy manhood bids thee; from none but thyself expect 
applause." 

During his sophomore and junior years Phil did an incomparable 
job as Class President. He has always been a determined 
worker, whether on the baseball diamond or in his studies. 

Class President 2,3; Student Council 2,3; Yearbook 4; Rifle Club 
2,3; Secretary 2; Basketball 2,3; Baseball 2,3; Executive Coun- 
cil 1; Monitor 3,4. 



PATRICIA JEAN LENNOX "Twinkle" 

"Her speech is graded with sweeter sound 

Than in another's song is found." 

We commend you, Pat, on your charming performance in our 
senior class play. Pat loves to act, and although she tries to 
convince us differently, we know the career for her is acting. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Library Club 1,2,3; Vice President 3; Dramatics 
Club 1,2,3,4; President 4; French Club 4; Chorus 1; Laker Legend, 
Editor 3; Senior Class Play. 





MICHAEL PETER LEONARD! 

"Happiness is speechless." 



"Mike' 



In basketball, Mike has proved one of our most valuable players. 
He is not only exceptional athletically, but has great ability in 
math and science. Mike's future includes a career in engineering. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Science Club 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 
1,2,3; Gym Club 2,3; Cross-Country 3. 



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PAUL RICHARD LOPES 

"Live all you can, it's a mistake not to." 



"Sonny" 





Sonny was frequently seen on the basketball court, leading the 
Lakers on to victory. He likes to dance, since his main interest 
is girls, one in particular. 

Yearbook StafF 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Football 1; 
Cross-Country 4; Chorus 1,2; Gym Club 2,3; Senior Class Play. 



SANDRA MARIA LOPES 



"Sandy' 



"While I live let me not live in vain." 



Watch for Sandy when she starts dancing, especially rock 'n' roll. 
There is a mysterious air about her whenever a certain gentle- 
man's name is mentioned, and she usually has something devilish 
in mind, outside of school, of course. Sandy wants to marry and 
become a housewife, for most of all she likes to cook. 

Chorus 1,2,3; Office Practice 4. 



MARION RITA MALONI "Marion" 

"Serenely pleasant, calmly fair, soft fell her words as blue the 
air." 

Pretty, sweet, silent, yet friendly, Marion is one of the finest girls 
in the Senior Class. Her reserved manners and pleasant ways 
make Marion popular with everyone. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 1,2; Junior Prom 3. 



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BRUCE BOYNTON MARTIN "Bruce" 

"The blunders of youth are preferable to the triumphs of man- 
hood or the success of old age." 

Another senior who lives for mischief and has a ready supply of 
jokes which accounts for his many friends. In his love of fun and 
joking, he possesses a most important quality. 

Yearbook StafF 4; Rifle Club 2,3,4; Gym Club 3; Pep Squad 4; 
Track 1; Senior Class Play. 



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ROBERT JOSEPH MARTIN "Socrates" 

"With knowledge so vast, and with judgement so strong." 

Bob did not come to Silver Lake until his senior year. He amazed 
all of us with his knowledge of history and aeronautics; the latter 
field being the one Bob will probably enter following 
high school. 

Debate Club 4; Rifle Club, Secretory 3; School Paper, Club 
Editor 3; Basketball, Manager 1; Track 1. 



DONALD LYON MAURER "Don" 

"Let us live then, and be glad. 
While young life is before us." 

Everyone has seen Don in a number of Silver Lake ploys. He 
plans a career in the armed forces — the Navy; so he won't be 
far from his favorite pastime, deep sea fishing. 

Library Club 1; Dramatics Club 3,4, Vice President 3; Chorus 1; 
Bond 1; Debate Club 4; Press Club 3; Senior Class Play. 



WILLIAM NICHOLAS MAZZILLI 

"The shortest road may not be the easiest." 



"Cliff" 



Bill is a student from Plymouth who joined us in his ju-nior year. 
His two years here have been- rewarding to the class as we have 
learned a great deal about Plymouth and the Army, which Bill 
thought was easier than school. 

Football 3. 





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MARGUERITE McMANUS "Peggy" 

"You know I say just what I think and nothing more or less." 

Not everyone, really a rare few, speak as frankly as Peggy 
does. She says whatever she thinks, and we readily admit that 
honesty and frankness ore qualities hard to find. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1,2,3. 



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JOHN WARREN MERRY 

"A noisy man is always in the right." 



"John" 



Through his antics during Latin classes, John can be credited with 
giving Mrs. DeLapa her grey hair. Just ten more days of Merry! 
Besides annoying teachers, John enjoys outdoor sports, mainly 
hunting. 

Science Club 1; Basketball 2; Football 2; Gym Club 2; Track 1,2. 



DIANA ELIZABETH MILBERRY 

"Her bright smile haunts me still." 



"Diney'' 



Diana has a smile that radiates the warmth of her character. 
Friendly and talented, her teammates appreciate Diana as a 
member of the girls' hockey team. 

Library Club 3; Glee Club 1,2; Basketball Manager 4; Gym Club 
2,3,4; Pep Squad 4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 4; Senior 
Class Play. 






CYNTHIA RAE MINOR 

"Is it a world to hide virtues in?" 



"Cindie'' 



Shy and quiet, Cindie keeps pretty much to herself. She is one 
of the first-term office practice girls, and an excellent commer- 
cial student. It is certain that she will excel as a secretary. 




ALBERT BAXTER MOORE "Al" 

"It is a worthier thing to deserve honor than to possess it." 

At Massachusetts State Science Fair and Boys' State, Albert has 
represented Silver Lake well. He was one of the stars of our 
Senior Class Play, and did a wonderful acting job. Photography, 
too, has kept Al busy, for he has been at the head of the pho- 
tography staff of our yearbook. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Chairman Photography; Camera Club Vice 
President 2; Secretary 1,3; Dramatics Club 3,4; Science Club 2,3; 
Vice President 4; Rifle Club 4; Key Club 2,3; Vice President 4; 
Monitor 4; Boys' State 3; Science Fair Winner 3; Mass. State 
Science Fair 3; Public Relations 3; Senior Class Play. 




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CAROL JEAN MOORS "Carol" 

"Hold thy lighted lamp on high, be a star in someone's sky." 

To her fellow classmates, Carol displays a quiet dignity which 
will be an asset to her in her chosen field of nursing. 

Yearbook StafF 4; Dramatics Club 1,2; Future Nurses Club 4; 
Future Teachers of America 3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2; 
School Newspaper 3,4. 




JUDITH THERESA MORAN "Judi" 

"Let men say what e'er they will, woman, woman, rules them 
still." 

Judi is the type of girl who dares do anything — no matter how 
unbelievable anything may be. Despite her carefree ways, Judi 
has definite ambitions, for she intends to enter the nursing pro- 
fession. 

Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook StafF 4; Dramatics Club 2; Future 
Teachers of America 3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Senior Class Play. 



BRUNO DENNIS MORIS! 

"True wit is everlasting." 



"Denny" 



Denny is another car lover from Kingston. Sometimes he likes to 
go hunting even to the tune of 24 hours. Long time, right Denny? 




BARBARA LOUISE MORRIS "Barbie" 

"If a good face is a letter of recommendation, then a good 
heart is a letter of credit." 

Barbara is always full of fun and ready for a good joke. You 
might see her driving through Pembroke in her father's cab. By 
the way. Barb, watch that gas gauge. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Chorus 4; Home Economics 
Club 4; Dramatics Club 1,2; Junior Prom 3; Laker Legend 4. 



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CLARENCE HAYWOOD MURRAY "Woodie" 

"Too good for banning and too bad for blessing." 

Woodie came to us last year from Rockland. He brought with 
him his friendly personality and ability to get along with others. 
Woodie has also added his talent and spirit to our football team. 

Football 3,4. 



HOWARD ROBBINS NEAL "Hank" 

"A man's happiness is to do a man's true work." 

We seldom hear much of Honk because of his quiet ways, but 
when he must be found, it is best to look down at Jones River. 
He'll be there with his boat and skis. How about a ride some- 
time. Hank? 

Baseball 1; Gym Club 1. 




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JAMES WILLARD NICKERSON 

"Great hopes make great men." 



"Jim" 



Jim is an automotive boy who hopes to join the Air Force and 
work with rocket engines. His hobbies include fine arts, aircraft, 
and of course — girls! With Jim's determination, we know he will 
be useful in the aeronautics field. 

Camera Club 2; Audio-Visual Aids 1,2. 



BARBARA LOUISE NORTON "Kitty" 

"There is no treasure which can be compared with a faithful 
friend." 

During classes, Barbara is as quiet as a mouse, but outside of 
class she can always be heard. Big surprises DO come in small 
packages. Barbara is going to study nursing and with her friend- 
liness we know she will make a good nurse. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Future Nurses Club 2,3, Secretary 4; Chorus 
1,2; Science Fair 3; Junior Prom 3; Public Relations 3; Senior 
Class Ploy. 

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CAROL ANN PARKER 



"Carol' 



'Love conquers a\ 



Carol has been studying business at Silver Lake, but her only 
intentions are those of marriage. Silent but considerate, Carol 
has our best wishes for a happy future. 

Student Council 1; Yearbook StafF 4; Dramatics Club 1,2; Chorus 
1 ,2,3; Office Practice 4. 




DOROTHY ELINOR PEACOCK "Dottie" 

"Loyalty is the holiest good in the human heart." 

Dottie has always been a tireless worker who studies hard. The 
results she gets prove that studying is important. Being thought- 
ful of others, Dottie's character coincides with her efForts. 

Honor Society 3,4; Debate Club 3,4. 



ROBERTA ANN PECK "Bobbe Ann" 

"Here's to the girl with the heart and the smile. 

Who makes the bubble of life worth while." 

You can always hear Bobbe Ann laughing and cheering 
the boys. Pert is Bobbe Ann's adjective, pert and smiling. We 
wish you luck Bobbe. 

Yearbook StafF 4; Dramatics Club 1,2; Future Nurses Club 3,4; 
Chorus 2; Gym Club 3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Executive Council 
1,2,3; Senior Class Play. 





ARTHUR RALPH PENNANEN 

"A silent, shy, peace-loving man." 



"Art" 




Studious, quiet, and indifFerent. Many seniors do not know Art 
well. Mild manners are the best though, and Art has his own 
friends, with whom he is not so quiet, but still thoughtful. 

Yearbook StafF 4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; 
Track 3,4. 



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"Where little body lodged a mighty mind." 



An active student in sports and clubs, Linda was Mrs. Paddy in 
the Senior Class Play. We won't forget her performance and 
neither will she. Intelligence added to her activities, Linda is an 
exceptional student. 

Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Staff — Chairman Sports 4; Library 
Club 1, President 2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; French Club 4; Future 
Nurses 3; Band 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Co-captain 2,3,4; Gym Club 
1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1, co-captain 2,3; Tennis 1,2,3; Executive 
Council 2,3; Science Fair 3; Junior Prom 3; Senior Class Play; 
Dramatics Club 4. 



SHIRLEY LOUISE PETERSON 

"A woman should be seen, not heard." 



"Shirl" 



Shirl talks and thinks of only one thing — horses! That is almost 

her only interest. We imagine that someday she will own 

a ranch, and do nothing but raise and breed horses. 

Yearbook Staff 4. 



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JACQUELINE ANN PIMENTAL 

"Full of a sweet indifference." 



'Jacki 



That bright colored and beautiful hair belongs to Jackie. With 
her silent and shy manners, Jackie will surely find happiness 
wherever she goes. 

Home Economics Club 3; Chorus 1,2,4; Office Practice. 



WILLIAM THOMAS POLLARD "Tom" 

"Look forward what's to come, and back what's past." 

Tom came to Silver Lake this year from Georgia. It was really 
quite amusing to hear him talk, with that unusual southern 
accent. His main interest is in basketball, and we are sure he 
has many others. 

Basketball 1; Baseball. 



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MARJORIE JANE POPE "Margi" 

"Where the willingness is great, the difficulties cannot be great." 

Margi is another of the artists in our class. Her art interest cen- 
ters on fashion designing, and Margi's goal is Massachusetts Art 
School of Design. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 1. 



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CAROLYN GENE PRAH "Carolyn" 

"Today let me live well; none knows what nnay be tomorrow." 

Unpredictability is a well-known trait of Carolyn's, but as a team- 
mate we'll never forget the way she kept the team girls 
continually in laughter at away games. Carolyn always has been 
one of our most fun-loving classmates. 

Student Council 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Library Club 1; Glee Club 
1,2; Dramatics Club 2; Future Nurses 3; Drum Majorettes 1; Band 
1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Gym Club 3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; School 
Newspaper 3. 




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DANIEL ALFRED PREBLE "Danny" 

"Diligence is the mother of good fortune." 

Danny is one of those boys who is very active in school affairs. 
As Key Club President he served well, and his spirit and ability 
have made our basketball and football teams victorious. Dan's 
hobby is collecting stamps, and he also enjoys dancing. 

Executive Council 4; French Club 2; Key Club 3,4; President; 
Basketball 4; Football 1,3,4; Track 2,4; Cross-Country 2; Moni- 
tor 4. 





ANN MARIE PROCTOR "Ann" 

"Live as if you were to live forever; live as if you were to die 
tomorrow." 

Ann has everything that most senior girls wish to acquire. She 
sews, cooks, and is one of the most intelligent girls at our school. 
As head drum majorette, Ann has done an incomparable job, 
as she will undoubtedly do in her chosen career. 

Honor Society 2,3,4; Historian; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Junior Co- 
editor 3; Senior Co-editor 4; Library Club 1,2; Vice-President 2; 
Future Teachers of America 3; Drum Majorettes 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
1; Field Hockey 1; Junior Prom 3; Science Fair Winner 3; Public 
Relations 3; Mass. State; Science Fair; Senior Class Play. 





PAMELA JOYCE RAINEY "Pam" 

"Personal beauty is a greater recommendation than any letter of 
introduction." 

Attractive and full of fun, Pam is a good friend and always en- 
joyable to be with. With such a fine personality she will succeed 
in whatever she does. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 2,3; Chorus 4; Dramatics Club 1,2; 
Home Economics Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; Junior Prom 3; Laker 
Legand 3,4, Business Manager 3,4; Vocational Student Council 
3. 




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ELIZABETH JEAN RANDALL 

"Charms strike the sight, but merit wins the soul." 



"Liz" 



There is no one better loved at Silver Lake than our Liz. She 
enjoys sports most and without her our girls' hockey and basket- 
ball teams would almost be without talent. Liz is going to study 
Science, and we know she will succeed in whatever she does. 

Honor Society 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Glee Club 
1; Chorus 2; Drum Majorettes 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 
3,4, Co-Captain 2; Gym Club 2,3,4; Field Hockey 2,3, Co- 
Captain 3; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Public Relations 3; Science Fair 3; 
South Eastern Massachusetts District Band 4. 



NANCY LEE REARDON "Nancy" 

"The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." 

Nancy's sweet and quiet manner is difficult to equal. Her clothes 
are admired by all, as well as that naturally curly hair. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Chorus 1,2; Dramatics Club 1,2; 
Home Economics Club 4; Laker Legand 3,4; Junior Prom 3. 



MANNING PROCTOR RHODES "Manny" 

"When shall we look upon his like again?" 

Whether working on yearbook, the business end of course, or 
in the Senior Class Play, Manny is always busy. However, he 
still finds more than enough time for dating some pretty and 
lucky girl. 

Student Council 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Business Chairman; Senior 
Class Play 4. 



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JAMES EDWARD RIGO 

"Wine, woman and song." 



"Jimmy'' 



Jimmy can always be seen around cars — whether he's riding 
through town or repairing a vehicle in the Automotive Shop. 
We're certain he will be a successful mechanic. 




LINDA ROBERTS "Linda" 

"The most beautiful object in the world is a beautiful woman." 

Beauty in itself is never overlooked, but Linda has charm and 
humility which heighten her attractiveness. She is a student of 
art who's goals include a career in art and traveling. 

Executive Council 1,2; Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Dra- 
matics Club 2; Basketball 1; Gym Club 2,3,4; Field Hockey 1; 
Cheerleader 2,3,4; Senior Class Play. 




ARTHUR ALLEN ROBINSON 

"Who gained no title and who lost no friend. 



"Art" 



Art has planned a career as an aircraft mechanic. In this par- 
ticular field he has attained a great background from his 
automotive training. 







KATHERINE ANNE SANNELLA "Kay" 

"Give me your smile, the lovelight in your eyes, life could not 
hold a fairer paradise." 

Kay has a smile for everyone she meets, and always seems 
happy with the world. As a cheerleader, she has shown an un- 
failing amount of pep and spirit. With her cheerful ways and 
pretty countenance. Kay will always be happy. 

Student Council 3; Yearbook StafF 4; Chorus 1,2; Gym Club 3,4; 
Junior Prom 3; Cheerleaders 3,4; Senior Class Play. 



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PAUL ALLEN SEGGALIN 



"Paul" 



"Slow to argue, but quick to act." 



Good-looking and mild mannered; many girls have on interest 
in this new Senior boy. He came from Braintree, and we're glad 
to have him at Silver Lake now. 




JANICE ANN SILVA "Sister" 

"Life's all giving and getting. I've only myself to give." 

Sister might be called a typically quiet senior girl, but her loud 
cheering during basketball season makes that untrue. She is a 
Carver girl who loves to dance and has a special interest in 
Wareham. 

Chorus 1,2,3,4. 



NELSON VINCENT SLAYTON 

"All men are mortal." 



"Nel" 



For the past four years, Nel has been hibernating in the auto- 
motive department. Whether his first love is girls or cars, 
we don't know, but as a mechanic, we do know he'll be happy 
with his work. 



ROBIN CAROL SMITH "Robin" 

"The virtue of her lively looks excels the precious stone." 

Her cheerful spirit and pep make Robin a perfect cheerleader. 
Her interests include art, but she hopes to become a physical 
education teacher. 

Student Council 3,4; — Historian; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Class 
Play; Dramatics Club 2; Chorus 1,2; Gym Club 2,3,4; Field 
Hockey 1,2,3; Tennis 1. 

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RUSSELL BONNEY SMITH "Dub" 

"I do not distinguish men by the eye, but by the mind, which is 
the proper judge." 

Sometimes lazy, sometimes slow. Dub doesn't like to hustle, but 
then, who does? He is active, nevertheless, in basketball and in 
arguing, for his mind does work quickly. 

yearbook StafF 3; French Club 1; Science Club 1; Basketball 2,3; 
"ootball 2,3; Gym Club 3. 



CLARENCE THEO THOMAS 

"There is no wealth but of life." 



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Next year University of Massachusetts will welcome Theo as a 
member of its Freshman class. Following his agricultural studies, 
Theo plans to own his own farm and do auctioneering as o 
hobby. 



BRUCE RADFORD WADLEIGH "Bruce" 

"To become a great man it is necessary to be a great rascal." 

The title of class joker, if given to anyone, would have to be 
given to Bruce. Never a dull moment, never a moment of peace, 
Bruce's presence brings nothing but fun and confusion. 

Student Council 2,3; Glee Club 3,4; Chorus 4; Basketball 1,4; 
Baseball 1,4; Track 3. 




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"He was capable of imagining all, of arranging all, and of doing 
everything." 

We have all appreciated Billy's contribution to the set of our 
Senior Class Play. He also enjoys building models. Billy tells us 
he has no intention of marrying, but we doubt that. 

Science Club 1; Senior Class Play. 



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JOHN JOSEPH WALSH "Jack" 

"The strongest man in the world is he who stands alone." 

We inevitably associate John with his great knowledge of His- 
tory, but as a member of the track team he has been the star 
of many track meets. Being both athletic and intelligent, John 
possesses a rare combination of two fine qualities. 

Glee Club 2; Key Club 3,4; Debate Club 4; Track 2,3,4; Cross- 
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JANICE MARY WARD "Janice" 

"Friendship above all ties does bind the heart." 

One of Janice's favorite past times is eating, although to look 
at her you'd never know it. She also likes dancing and skipping 
classes, being a happy, fun loving girl. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Chorus 4; Laker Legend 3,4; 
Junior Prom 3. 



JUDITH DREW WARNSMAN "Judy" 

"Good manners and soft words have brought many a difficult 
thing to pass." 

Neat in her manners and dress; soft spoken yet fun loving; con- 
siderate and attractive; these are the reasons for which we 
consider Judy a fine person. 

Secretary 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Field Hockey 1. 






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ROBERT HAINES WERNER, Jr. "Bob" 

"What I must do is all that concerns me, not what people think." 

"There goes Bob" is a familiar phrase at Silver Lake. How do 
you ever find time for all the activities you are in, plus homework? 

Executive Council 3; Yearbook Staff 2,4; Camera Club 2,3; 
President 3; Dramatics Club 3; Science Club 2,3; Rifle Club 2,3,4; 
Baseball Manager 2; Football Manager 3; Senior Class Play. 



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KATHLEEN GIBBS WESTON "Kathy" 

"So of cheerfulness and a good temper, the more of It is spent, 
the more of it remains." 

A cheery smile and hello for everyone are qualities which make 
Kathy liked by everyone. She has secretarial ambitions and with 
her pleasant personality, Kathy has a bright future. 

Yearbook StafF 4; Field Hockey 3; Junior Prom 3. 



PATRICIA FAY WHITING 

"Wit to persuade, and beauty to delight." 



"Pat" 



Witty in every way, Pat easily gains friends through her winning 
ways. She is on art student who has added much to our Junior 
Prom and Yearbook. 

Yearbook StafF 4; Senior Class Play; Basketball 3; Pep Squad 3; 
Field Hockey 1,3; Junior Prom 3; Senior Reception 3,4; Executive 
Council 2,3,4. 



CHARLES SOMERS WIKSTROM "Charlie" 

"His wit invites you by his looks to come." 

Charlie always seems to have an interest in everyone's business 
but his own. Through his activities and witty manner Charlie has 
become well-known, although a member of the vocational part 
of our school. 

Student Council 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Rifle 
Club 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Senior Class Play. 



JANE WILLIAMS "Jane" 

"But, oh her looks have something excellent that wants a name." 

Our beautifully decorated Prom can be credited to Jane. Her 
tireless efforts in the art room have given us an exceptional Prom 
and an original Yearbook in design. 

Yearbook StafF 4, Chairman Art; Senior Class Play; Glee Club 
2,3; Chorus 1; Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1; Junior Prom 3; Sen- 
ior Reception 3,4; Gold Key Winner 3. 



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RICHARD THOMAS WILLS "Dick" 

"Our most important are our earliest years." 

Dickie's curly brown hair makes him popular with all the girls, 
and his athletic achievements in basketball are appreciated by 
all. With these and other assets Dickie will lead an interesting 
life. 

Basketball 1,2,3; Football 2. 





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BOWMAN CHRISTIAN WINGARD, Jr. 

"To know him is to love him." 



"Bo" 



Once thought of as the silent one and the original "never go 
steady boy," Bo has surprised us all. He's happiest when he's 
eating, or running down the football field. 

Student Council 4; Football 2,3,4; Monitor 4; Basketball Man- 
ager 3,4. 



DAVID GREGORY WINGARD "Greg" 

"On earth there is nothing great but man; in man there is 
nothing great but mind." 

All the younger girls seem to have crushes on our handsome 
Greg. He served well as football manager this year, and as 
Class Vice-President during his Freshman and Sophomore years. 
We might add that Greg has an infinite supply of wit and origi- 
nality, qualities which insure him a happy life. 

Vice President 1,2; Glee Club 2; French Club 2, Vice President; 
Tennis 2; Cross-Country 3; Football Manager 4. 



DANIEL JOSEPH WOOD "Danny" 

"If at first you don't succeed, try, try, try again." 

One of the finest qualities in a man is diligence. This definitely 
applies to our hard-working Danny. Another one of our boys 
from Carver, he has added much to our class. 



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LINDA JANE WYMAN "Linda" 

"She walks in beauty like the night of cloudless climbs and starry 
skies." 

We have discovered Linda's secret weapon; her personality like 
honey attracts all. Never lost too long in her world of moods, 
like the sun, a smile always breaks through. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Class Play; Glee Club 2; Dramatics 
Club 2; Chorus 3; Gym Club; Junior Prom 3; Senior Reception 3. 






PRENTISS YATES "Yates" 

"I have brought golden opinions from all sorts of people." 

Prentiss has been a real hard worker on the Torch. As vocational 
representative to the student council and yearbook, he has cer- 
tainly been active. 

Student Council 4; Monitor 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Baseball 3,4. 



JOHN THEODORE YOUNG 

"Enthusiasm is the genius of sincerity." 



"J. J.' 



J. T. is sincere, sincerity we believe being a most important qual- 
ity. For this reason we think much of him. Adding ability to 
character we discover a fine person. 

Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; Junior Prom 3; Senior Re- 
ception 3; Monitor 3,4. 








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SENIOR PLAY 



When the curtain rang down on the final performance of the seniors' 
production. The Curious Savage, by John Patrick, the class relaxed 
for the first time in eight weeks, justifiably proud of having produced 
Silver Lake's most successful Senior Class Play. Successful financially 
due to the vigorous ticket drives, successful artistically because of 
the many weeks of intense rehearsal under the direction of Mr. Ringer, 
and the hours spent by art and vocational students in building 
a professional set, the final production stood as a tribute to the 
Senior Class — a concrete example of what can be produced by a 
class that works enthusiastically and in harmony. 

The play, a delightful comedy in which the virtues of truth and good- 
ness survive the attacks of greed and hypocrisy in a seemingly heart- 



less world, played to full houses both nights. Lorraine Calvert was 
featured as Mrs. Savage; Judith Moron, Albert Moore, Patricia Len- 
nox, Ted Baker and Linda Peterson as the pleasantly balmy guests; 
Sabro Goff, Manning Rhodes and Donald Maurer as the money- 
hungry relatives; John Grover and Ann Furtado as the doctor and 
nurse and Gregory Lennox, guest star from the junior high, as John 
Thomas. 

Heading the production staff were Barbara Norton as Assistant to 
the Director, and Charles Gately as Business Manager. 
To properly credit all who worked to make the play a success. It 
con be justly said that this was a Senior Class Ploy In the true sense 
of the term, a ploy mode possible by the entire Senior Class. 





KING: Philip LaRoche 
QUEEN; Ann Proctor 

ATTENDANTS 
Lorraine Calvert 
Nancy Chase 
Alice Glass 
Ann LaHaye 
Linda Roberts 
Judith Walker 



SPRING 
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JUNIOR 




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CHAIRMEN 
Patricia Whiting 
Jane Williams 
Robin Smith 



PROM '59 




DAUGHTERS 

OF THE 

AMERICAN 

REVOLUTION 



Every year one girl is chosen from the Senior Class to 
receive the Good Citizen Av/ard. Ann Furtado was elected 
this year as the Silver Lake D.A.R. girl. The Senior Class 
first votes and one of the three receiving the highest 
amount of votes is then chosen by the faculty. Each girl 
is judged on five qualities — character, service, patriotism, 
dependability, and leadership. 

In the spring, Ann attended a meeting in Boston of all the 
D.A.R. girls from the various tov/ns. 



GOOD 
GOVERNMENT 

DAY 



Bob Gerstley was chosen as Silver Lake's Representative 
to Good Government Day activities in the State House in 
Boston. 

Five boys from the senior class entered the competition. 
The selection was made by a majority vote of the students. 

In the organization of the state government "Bob" took 
the part of a member of the house of representatives. The 
day was educational as well as enjoyable. 




FIRST ROW: H. Chapman, L. Jones, B. Joyce, T. Cater, N. Dem- 
ing, R. Cain, N. King, F. Hammond, D. Bodge, E. Davis, R. Antl. 
SECOND ROW: C. Caprio, P. Gretsch, C. Angell, V. Childs, A. 
Goslln, L. Bailey, K. Killam, J. Deane, E. Gallivan, S. Candini, 



R. Block. THIRD ROW: P. Andrews, G. Gomes, J. Gomes, K. Kil- 
roy, L. Fountain, D. Cushman, T. Berridge, J. Benotti, R. Dickson, 
C. Fuller. 



JUNIOR 



FIRST ROW: C. Lonergan, H. LeFurgey, J. Cowan, R. Courtney, 
C. Gallerani, J. Lorandeou, K. McCann, R. Hyson, 5. Landers, 
J. Lcnzilotto. SECOND ROW: P. Loring, J. Fagan, G. Bunce, J. 
Jennings, L. Govoni, M. Farrell, S. Ludlow, R. Federico, G. Curtiss, 



E. Harshani, E. Angie. THIRD ROW: D. Libby, D. Blanchard, L. 
Halunen, H. Dutson, R. Lockyer, B. Forsyth, J. Hill, A. Kenney, 

F. Everson, D. Buhl. 





FIRST ROW: D. Walsh, M. Traynor, C. Raynes, C. Parris, S. Mer- 
rill, N. Ochs, R. Seppala, J. Sime, K. Parris, E. Neagle. SECOND 
ROW: J. Wood, J. Moore, F. Mills, T. Stevens, D. Turner, A. 
Strassel, C. Dougherty, C. Laine, D. Morrissey. THIRD ROW: D. 



Pope, G. White, D. Sturtevant, F. Spalluzzi, M. Johnson, P. 
McAlinden, W. Pratt, I. Martin, C. Shawles. FOURTH ROW: D. 
Wood, H. Fuller, M. Maki, B. Thorup, A. Richardson, R. Peck, 
P. Pehrson, R. Mickewich, R. White, E. Nicolar. 



CLASS 



FIRST ROW: J. Zona, B. Sampson, E. Shea, H. Randall, C. Ran- 
dall, C. Randall, B. McAloney, I. Pina, E. Metz, B. Dries, J. 
Walker. SECOND ROW: M. Lumpkins, J. Proctor, E. Scrow, E. 
Rowell, J. Santos, M. Penti, J. Stevens, A. Marvelli, P. Sturtevant, 



V. Taylor. THIRD ROW: D. Whiston, D. Tassinari, D. McGregor, 
S. Molin, P. Richmond, P. Wheeler, R. Sturtevant, N. Voellmecke, 
R. Marquis. 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 




1st ROW: R. Dearing, D. Conroy, R. Balboni, C. Eldridge, P. Jor- 
don, S. Dutcher, D. Goodine, V. Anttilla, J. Correa, K. Andrade, 
D. Hogan, E. Gallivan, K. Benea, T. Harshani. 2nd ROW: K. 
Heleen, R. Bond, J. Kallio, E. Halunen, C. Halunen, N. Benson, 
L. Gustafson, J. Gould, S. Barnes, D. Delano, J. Comerford, M. 
Danforth, P. Hawkins. 3rd ROW: B. Hanelt, D. Gould, E. Helk- 
kila, P. Barham, K. Berridge, M. Laivo, D. Baker, M. Fitzgerald, 
C. Burke, P. Dunn, P. Howard, J. Anderson, D. Boudreau, J. 



Adams. 4th ROW: B. Churchill, F. Chandler, B. Dube, R. Frede- 
rickson, S. Davis, R. Carter, N. Beane, R. Barnett, J. Barrett, R. 
Kingsmill, D. Conway, B. Angell, L. Coll. 5th ROW: C. Austin, 
B. Campbell, R. Devereux, G. Hoyt, J. Garcia, N. Chase, W. 
Harrimon, S. Carvahio, B. Bryant, R. Burk, E. Angley, J. Judge. 
6th ROW: M. Broadbent, V. Cogliano, M. Fearing, R. Loine, G. 
Gauquier, P. Cloyes, A. Costa, H. Barnes, C. Maurer, T. Hill, S. 
Joy. 



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FIRST ROW: P. Tripp, D. Welch, J. Moors, C. Romine, I. Santos, 
M. Richardson, F. Moloney, C. Solori, N. Rego, S. Pierce, C. 
McSherry, S. Morris, P. Mullen, M. Nilosek. SECOND ROW: T. 
Whiting, W. Morgan, D. Thomas, R. Moron, B. O'Connor, T. 



Simpson, H. Proctor, C. Norman, D. McDougoll, M. O'Connor, 
D. Nicholson, P. Vantangoli, R. Witteman. THIRD ROW: K. Ritval, 
S. Summers, W. Price, J. Nova, T. Stewart, K. Riddell, D. Paris, 
J. Mendenhall, W. Powell, W. Price, J. Lasher, A. Pensonen. 



1st ROW: L. Rowell, J. Smith, C. Parker, V. Monk, E. Newcomb, 
S. Merada, E. Lopes, C. Williamson, L. Westgate, D. Pimental, 
B. Peck, F. Lanzillotta, A. Clark, M. Leadbetter. 2nd ROW: J. 
Randall, J. Smith, G. Washburn, E. Richards, J. Norton, N. Wil- 



ioughby, S. Pesonen, D. Norrie, P. Pimental, M. Norway. 3rd 
ROW: J. Neilson, R. Ward, R. Santos, S. Mooney, A. Thomas, 
D. MacNab, E. Valla, B. Springer, W. St. Pierre, S. Pennanen, 
D. Lonergan, R. Loring, M. Nash. 





FIRST ROW: E. McCann, F. Mitchell, B. O'Neil, H. O'Malley, N. Pink- 
ham, R. Santos, G. Moore, R. Merrill, L. Seggelin, R. Santos, S. Short, 
J. Vincent, M. Zona. SECOND ROW: M. Woodworth, J. McCombs, 
K. Strauser, R. Winchell, C. Merry, C. Newhall, G. Martin, M. 



O'Brien, J. Morse, B. Wyman, E. Norway, S. Minott. THIRD ROW: 
D. McAdams, L. Timmons, D. Slayton, B. Soule, K. Verity, C. V/ood, 
A. Vantangoli, D. Crewe, A. Matinzi, G. McCue, A. Stair. 



FRESHMAN 



Ist ROW: D. Badore, P. Dillon, P. Moini, B. Hewitt, V/. Gassett, J. 
Doner, W. Braddock, N. Chase, J. Delano, M. Balboni, R. Malone, 
F. Bunce, R. Forsythe. 2nd ROW: J. Hammond, D. Darsch, J. Gavoni, 
V. Bryant, P. Guidaboni, N. Jones, A. Bunce, J. Joubert, J. Delaite, 



M. Blackman, V/. Antoniotti, K. Hall, M. Chandler. 3rd ROW: D. 
Killam, E. Harris, R. Buhl, C. Grant, R. Baker, J. Blakeman, W. Harri- 
man, M. Johnson, S. Albee, C. Cimorelli, J. Binns, N. Clark, D. 
Farrell. 





FIRST ROW: S. Anderson, P. Cushman, R. Bell, M. Hoyt, K. Cush- 
man, P. Holmes, C. Clark, J. Davidson, S. Connelly, S. Anderson, 
D. Desroches, J. Ingham. SECOND ROW: C. Bartlett, J. Desnoyer, 
T. Dickson, L. Angell, J. Mangano, D. Anderson, D. Ellis, L. Baker, 



D. Clark, J. Hunter, F. Lauzon, S. Howe. THIRD ROW: J. Holz- 
worth, P. Bailey, D. Childs, B. Carter, R. Baldwin, R. Goslin, B. 
Candini, D. Freyermuth, S. Bosworth, D. Hirst, E. Jones. 



CLASS 



FIRST ROW: S. Rossi, 5. Pierce, P. Pina, I. Willoughby, A. Silvo, 
G. Matthews, E. Wager, P. O'Connor, J. Stodder, C. Nova, E. 
Peavey. SECOND ROW: M. Mutrie, M. MaGlone, F. Nicolar, C. 
Nava, E. McManus, 5. Pimental, R. Sturtevant, J. Wymon, C. 



Tarantino, D. Montanari, P. Mitchell. THIRD ROW: L. Ruprecht, 
J. VanWeelden, D. Tassinori, D. Norton, M. Wise, P. Masinski, 
D. Silvo, C. Wingard, M. Proctor, R. Peacock, C. Westgate. 




EIGHTH GRADE 




FIRST ROW: K. Leisher, B. Wills, D. Soule, L. Ruprecht, A. O'Brien 
H. O'Connor, K. Mutrie, N. King, G. Lunt, V. Moore, A. Kinch, 
P. Tarantino, D. Climas, R. Smith, R. Newcomb, C. Lantz. SEC- 
OND ROW: Mr. Clougherty, B. Pratt, D. Stanley, C. Lorandeau, 
R. Trop, W. Lunpkins, R. True, P. Woodward, R. Keough, P. 
McAloney, L. Murry, Mrs. Bjornhoim. THIRD ROW: Mr. Sirrico, D. 
Pratt, D. Wright, B. Tubman, S. Young, S. Nordin, M. Shaw, E. 
Mathews, R. Stewart, J. Nicholson, J. Williamson, A. Mcintosh, 
C. Turner, F. Turner, J. Van, Mrs. Packard. FOURTH ROW: H. 



Schiel, D. Nava, C. Mangio, P. Walsh, R. Seamans, E. Norrie, 
J. Parker, J. Parker, P. Proctor, R. Kollio, A. Mcintosh, N. Peck, 
R. Kvelums. FIFTH ROW: W. Torrey, L. Sears, P. Miles, A. Thomas, 
S. Sturtevant, R. Tison, G. Wyman, C. Shaw, M. Randall, L. 
Nicholas, J. Maloni, D. Norway, L. Martin, R. Kvelums. SIXTH 
ROW: D. Robinson, J. Lewis, R. Morrow, R. Merry, C. Morgan, 
B. Welch, D. Sturtevant, N. Romine, R. Show, W. Scanlon, W. 
Minor, M. Tewksbury, J. Pope, J. O'Grady, J. Randall. 



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FIRST ROW: C. Dickson, R. Burbank, M. Cote, C. Curtiss, R. 
Hoinghaus, P. Hammond, D. Inman, F. Prescott, D. Fraser, B. 
Adams, J. Daker, D. Goslin, V. Cogliano. SECOND ROW: Mr. 
Keith, R. Bonneou, P. Fagan, E. Foley, 5. Gage, D. Burgholzer, 
G. Burgess, J. Hogrell, C. Gallison, V. Bradford, J. Boudreau, 
I. Griswold, R. Burgess. THIRD ROW: W. Glass, J. Hayward, D. 



Chase, R. Johnson, R. Dougherty, R. Cote, K. Fearing, D. Ber- 
ridge, J. Gronberg, M. Garvin, W. Arruda, C. Griswold, F. Ellis. 
FOURTH ROW: E. Dandeneou, D. Bearce, R. Bosworth, D. Pierce, 
C. Fernandes, D. Gile, M. Benea, A. DiMario, N. Anderson, N. 
Gauquier, J. Hebert, W. Cain. 



FIRST ROW: M. Price, R. Home, D. O'Connor, P. Alfieri, C. 
Howard, G. Lennox, E. Fitzgerald, P. Correa, C. Frye, G. Silves- 
ter, J. Clark. SECOND ROW: C. Costa, K. Everson, K. Davis, D. 
Chase, S. Lehto, J. Conkel, D. Shea, S. Joubert, D. Garuti, N. 
Bartlett, E. Foley, A. Antoniotti. THIRD ROW: R. Buckley, J. 



Fowler, G. Byford, D. Bent, D. Galletti, R. Hird, J. Bent, S. Ire- 
land, R. Chaharyn, P. Campbell, J. Burns. FOURTH ROW: M. 
Cunningham, W. Price, R. Cavacco, R. Cavacco, D. Inman, D. 
Burke, W. Nickerson, J. Basler, J. Bill, E. Fulmine, J. Barrows, 
V. Calvert. 



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SEVENTH 




FIRST ROW: D. Rowell, E. Reardon, E. Moors, J. Wilsten, C. Wil- 
son, R. Tarantino, G. Flood, E. O'Connor, F. Martin, C. Mooney, 
E. Gre$$, J. Wager, N. Tubman, J. Springer, R. Maurer, J. Ther- 
riault, W. Murray, K. Smith, N. Stevens. SECOND ROW: Mr. Min- 
nock, M. Reed, P. Lanzillotta, G. Leafer, T. Coffin, W. Show, 
B. Adams, P. Warren, R. Woodbury, E. Mathews, P. Spath, C. 
Powers, D. Voutrinot, R. Randall, S. Stockbridge, P. Minor, L. 
Nickerson, F. Bailes, M. Seppala, D. Libby, Mrs. Woitte. THIRD 
ROW: A. Collins, V. Price, J. Paris, J. Slaney, L Randall, N. Pink- 
hom, S. Kunkel, R. Sturtevant, R. Sturtevant, M. Prescott, J. Mer- 
ritt, J. McCann, L. MacPhail, J. Thomas. FOURTH ROW: J. 



McClellan, P. Tracy, G. Lewis, J. Malone, M. MacFarlane, C. Mer- 
rill, J. Vanlooy, J. White, E. Trafton, C. Reader, A. Poirier, M. 
LaCrosse, P. Barkhouse, J. McKay, L. Persons, J. McMorrow, S. 
Ferguson. FIFTH ROW: L. LeMoine, J. Ward, S. McGlone, V. 
Cheverie, P. Whisti, K. Smith, R. Pickett, D. Pierce, D. Nickerson, 
J. Nash, J. McCue, J. Reardon, B. Wenners, G. Young, B. 
MacLeod, R. Smith. SIXTH ROW: J. Wise, V. Gloss, J. Smith, R. 
Snell, W. Sannella, J. Vallen, D. Pierce, M. Valenziono, M. 
Stevens, T. Lennox, P. McGovern, S. Whitney, K. Salmi, J. Malone, 
D. Souza, K. Miller, B. Wheeler. 



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FIRST ROW: J. Delaney, R. Grover, R. Blood, M. Fontaine, J. 
Breidenthal, B. Cowan, G. Broddock, W. Abbott, R. Bersani, S. 
Bradford, J. Burke, J. Cowan, S. Beland, W. Ekstrom, D. Benson, 
A. Chosse, S. Douglas, G. Gallerani, B. Crosscup. SECOND ROW: 
Miss Goldman, R. Healy, H. Inmon, R. Hoyword, G. Doody, G. 
Hoyt, J. Figlioli, K. Davis, L. Bishop, A. Ayers, D. Fernald, R. 
Adair, V. Fogg, G. Cowallis, Holzworth, N. Emery, M. Gile, Mrs. 
Lootz. THIRD ROW: S. Estes, S. Bennotti, R. Blakeman, D. Barnett, 
T. Holzworth, E. Bosworth, D. Barnett, S. DeFelice, J. Hogan, W. 



Gould, J. Gill, D. Halunen, J. Kilroy, K. Hawkins, J. Donovan, 
T. Fabian, H. Deane, B. Cole, B. Gottlich. FOURTH ROW: L. Gun- 
ning, C. Churchill, 5. Comee, C. Cavacco, R. Holzworth, D. 
Hawkins, R. Boyle, R. Arruda, J. Desnoyer, L. Hunt, R. Cogliano, 

C. Brickwell, 5. Besarick, P. Hobson, M. Kerr, M. Hoyt. FIFTH 
ROW: R. Gauquier, I. Krueger, C. Davis, M. Bearce, L. Burke, 
B. Cloudmon, 5. Johnson, D. Donovan, J. Chupaila, R. Hammond, 

D. Butterfield, J. Baker, J. Angley, D. DufFy, C. Joubert, G. Dries, 
P. Dries. 



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FIRST ROW: W. Mazzilli, R. Knapp, P. Yates, J. Rigo, A. Robinson, D. Morisi, R. Gonsalves. SECOND ROW: 
F. Sawyer, E. Hill, J. Nickerson, L. Kinsman, N. Slayton, R. Davis, R. Gavoni. 



AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS 
DEPARTMENT 



FIRST ROW: R. Woodward, J. Irving, B. Lunt, B. Sime, M. Bostock, T. Fuller. SECOND ROW: B. Stewart, C. 
Quinn, M. McClelland, R. McGlone, J. Freeman, F. Fernold. THIRD ROW: A. Lucini, D. Ireland, A. Heinonan, 
P. Govoni. 





FIRST ROW: F. Johnson, B. Christie, R. Whiting, E. Dube, W. Burns. SECOND ROW: Mr. Binns, R. Erickson, 
K. Shaw, J. Lane, J. Lone, Mr. St. Onge. THIRD ROW: C. Wilstron, J. Doocette, P. Fernald, P. Fitzpotrick, 
F. Silva. 

CARPENTRY AND MILL WORK 

DEPARTMENT 

FIRST ROW: W. Johnson, P. Cimarelli, F. Perry, S. Jackson, R. Cowan, D. Furness. SECOND ROW: R. New- 
comb, L Harris, S. Persons, W. Trulson, R. Lane, W. Adaire. THIRD ROW: G. Porter, G. Furness, R. MacKenzie, 
J. Watson, N. Foley, R. Lane. 





AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT 



FIRST ROW: Mr. Fraser, T. Thomas, K. Ward, C. Gotely, W. 
O'Brien, R. Ward, L. Blackman. SECOND ROW: J. Walker, C. 
Maurer, P. Benea, J. Norrie, J. Ballenger, R. Badore, D. Mac- 



Gregor. THIRD ROW: H. Nye, D. McAlinden, R. Anderson, J. 
Perry, B. Cianfarini, D. Bennett, D. Gage. 



VOCATIONAL HOUSEHOLD ARTS 



FIRST ROW: S. Bosworth, R. Merriel, C. Cimorelli, M. Bolboni, 
M. Johnson, D. Walker, E. Davis, Mrs. Pratt. SECOND ROW: M. 
Woodworth, D. Sloyton, R. Boldwin, R. Santos, I. Santos, K. 



Strouser, S. Davis, E. McConn. THIRD ROW: E. Heikkila, S. 
Dutcher, D. Paris, M. Meutrie, F. Nicolas, R. Friedrickson, J. 
Morse, V. Anttila. 





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President 

Judy Walker 

Vice-President 
John Grover 

Secretary 

Ann Furtado 

Treasurer 

Elizabeth Randall 

Historian 
Ann Proctor 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

The Silver Lake National Honor Society enjoyed a most successful year with all its many projects. The picture 
sale, being the most profitable yet, added a large sum to the treasury. 

An unforgettable trip to Boston in the fall to various colleges and a movie offered a fine time for all those 
attending. Did someone say his feet hurt? 

The loss of Mrs. Opachinski was felt by all, but with the aid of Miss DeGere, the advisor, the annual induc- 
tion and dance proved very successful. 

With the cooperation of each member, the Honor Society has strived to carry out the ideals of character, 
scholarship, leadership, and service. 






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STUDENT COUNCIL 

For the second year the Student Council has sponsored an exchange student. Ilsabeth Friederick of Vienna, 
Austria was warmly welcomed by the school and more especially by the Senior Class. The student body 
thoroughly enjoyed the Council sponsored assembly in which Ilsabeth told of life in her homeland. 
The Council, always busy in its role as the student-government body of the school, has this year undertaken 
several new projects. Everyone is familiar with the monitor service which was successfully inaugurated. At 
intervals the Council has honored noteworthy students through citations read by Mr. Borham over the public 
address system. Perhaps less publicized is the scropbook which is being compiled by a committee of Council 
members. The scrapbook, containing clippings on school events, will be presented to the library when com- 
pleted. 
Of course, everyone enjoyed the annual dance, "Rock on Mars," presented in January. 



OFFICERS: 



President Theodore Burbank 

Vice President Charles Gately 

Secretary Eleanor Gallivan 

Treasurer Terry Simpson 

Adviser Mr. Barham 



JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL 

President Vincent Cogliono 

Vice President Gregory Lennox 

Secretary Georgianna Burgess 

Treasurer Robert Hird 

Adviser Mrs. Lootz 





OFFICERS 

President Daniel Preble 

Vice President Albert Moore 

Secretary John Grover 

Treasurer Philip Bosworth 

Adviser Mr. Barclay 



EXECUTIVE 
BOARD 



Robert Werner 

Charles Angell 

Robert Balboni 



THE KEY CLUB 



As one of the newest, yet most active groups in the school, the Key Club has had a very successful year. 
The group is dedicated primarily to performing service to both school and community. A few of the club's 
projects have been the football concessions, Christmas food baskets for needy families, and the basketball 
concessions (with the Student Council). 
Surely this group has a bright future. It certainly lives up to its motto: "we build." 



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MONITORS 



Captain Bruce Wadleigh 

Secretary Robert Gerstley 

Adviser Mr. Borham 




CAFETERIA AND HALL 
MONITORS 



Even the best of us sometimes forget our civic duties. That's where 
the monitors take over. Whether their persuasive powers are due to 
their smiles or to their towering height, we do not know; but we do 
know that when the monitors assumed their duties our school became 
a better place in which to work and live. 



The corridor monitors have been especially helpful in controlling cor- 
ridor and stairway traffic, while cafeteria monitors are responsible 
for conditions in the cafeteria. During pep rallies and assemblies the 
two groups unite to help make passing to and from the gym and 
Little Theatre a more pleasant experience. 




THE PLAYERS 



The Players completed their 1957-58 year with the colorful produc- 
tion of James Barrie's The Admirable Crichton. For the first time in 
Silver Lake's history the fine stage facilities were used to their fullest 
advantage, providing the audience with a spectacle rarely seen in 
amateur productions, a breathtaking sunset dissolving into a 
shadowy, moon-lit night. 

The 1958-59 year saw the formal inception of a new governing body. 
Wig & Pen. This is o select group whose members are chosen upon 
accumulation of one hundred and fifty points, awarded on the basis 
of contribution to Players. It is in this group that the plays to be 
presented are discussed and approved, that the committees ore 
formed, and that the program for the year is planned. It is through 



this group that Silver Lake, for the first time in its history, entered 
the Massachusetts State Drama Festival. In addition, the preliminary 
contest of the festival was held at Silver Lake on February 21 — 
another first for the Lakers. At this preliminary seven high schools 
presented one-acts or portions of three-act plays in competition for 
the right to appear in the finals at John Hancock Hall in Boston on 
March 6 and 7. Silver Lake Players entry was Anton Chekov's fine 
comedy, "The Boor," which featured Paul DiPersio, Sobro GofF, and 
Donald Maurer. 

For its Spring Production Players departed from the usual three-act 
comedy to present an interesting program of three one-act plays 
followed by a dance. 




President Patricia Lennox 

Vice-President Donald Maurer 

Secretary Elizabeth Peck 

Treasurer Linda Rich 

Point Chairman Chad Maurer 

Adviser Mr. Ringer 



WIG & PEN 



STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief Diane Bodge 

Assistant Editor-in-Chief . . Susan Candini 

Art Editor Mary Jane O'Brien 

Business Staff Manager Pannela Roiney 
Typing Staff Manager . . Audrey Bostocl( 
ADVISOR Mr. John Smith 




THE LAKER LEGEND 



The Loiter Legend, school newspaper and magazine, was off to a 
good start this year when the Christmas issue was a sell out. 
The news section contains news of the difFerent classes, coming 
events, and reports of lectures, club news and special events of the 



school. There is also a very good sports section. The magazine sec- 
tion contains short stories, book reports, and poems by the students. 
Under the superb direction of Mr. Smith, the entire stafF worked at 
its best to put forth a newspaper worthy of Silver Lake. 













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DEBATE CLUB 



The Debate Club under the guidance of its adviser, Mr. Frank, has had a well spent year. This year, for 
the first time. Silver Lake competed extensively against other schools for debating honors. Among the schools 
against which the group debated were Hingham, Sharon, Marshfield, Notre Dame, Durfee, Quincy, Shrews-- 
burry. Mission, C. Gushing, Hudson, and Mt. St. Charles. Although all the debates were not won by Silver 
Lake teams, the losses proved educational. The highspot of the year was the district tourney held at Silver 
lake in March. Hope for the future runs high since we have many promising younger debaters in the newly 
formed Junior High Debate Club. 




OFFICERS 

President Robert Gerstley 

Vice-President Edward Metz 

Secretary Jeanne Stevens 

Adviser Mr. Frank 



JUNIOR 
HIGH 
DEBATE 
CLUB 




SCIENCE CLUB 



The most important activity of the Science Club this year was its trip to the Hoyden Planetarium at the Boston 
Museum of Science — on interesting and memorable experience. Members of the Science Club were en- 
tertained by several guest speakers at their meetings. Despite the loss of Mrs. Cingolani, the Science Club 
has been very active under the guidance of its new adviser, Mrs. McCulloch. 



OFFICERS 



President Barbara Angell 

Vice President Albert Moore 

Secretary Phylis Tripp 

Treasurer Barclay Churchill 

Adviser Mrs. McCulloch 





F. F. A. CLUB 



This year the F.F.A., with Mr. Fraser as adviser, participated in the 
State Agricultural Judging Contest at the University of Massachusetts 
and was represented at the National Agricultural Judging Contest 
in Iowa by Lewis Blackman and Richard Ward. 
In addition, the F.F.A. has taken part in a land clearing forestry 



contest, assisted the Extension service in a lamb sale, and participated 
in a state contest for the most active chapter award. 
Social highlight of the year was the Harvest Ball at which Cathy 
Wingard was chosen F.F.A. Sweetheart. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



The Home Economics Club is under the guidance of Mrs. Pratt. Club 
members spent on enjoyable year experimenting with recipes and 
new ideas for home decorations. The day the club made taffy was 



unforgettable. These girls will certainly prove excellent homemakers 
in the near future. 





F. T. A. 



The Future Teachers of America began the year by welcoming its 
new advisor, Mrs. Cherry, and by electing officers. 
A new project, the award of an attendance banner to a junior high 
homeroom each month, was immediately launched, with the best at- 
tended room receiving a party at the close of the year. 
The third annual induction took place on January 8, 1959, in the 



library. Many interested teachers attended and refreshments were 

served. 

Through these F.T.A. activities and others, everyone enjoyed a 

prosperous year, and learned more about his chosen career — 

education. 



FUTURE NURSES CLUB 



At the induction in January of the Future Nurses' Club, the member- 
ship was increased to forty-one girls. The club has attended the teas, 
which ore to acquaint girls with nursing, at Quincy City and Brock- 
ton Hospitals. The group was fortunate to have very interesting guest 



speakers, ranging from student nurses to a physical theropist. Some 
of the members of the club are working as volunteer nurses' aids at 
the Jordon Hospital in Plymouth. 




BAND AND MAJORETTES 

In the fall the band, directed by Mr. Chouinard, first appeared as a marching unit on the football field, 
along with the drum majorettes, who are under the guidance of Mr. Andrews. The membesr of these two 
groups hove also livened up many pep rallies, becoming a symbol of the spirit at Silver Lake. 
In February some of the band members were chosen to play in the Southeastern Massachusetts District 
Concert at Mansfield. There were also many members who appeared in the Southeastern Massachusetts 
Band Master's Bond in March. The Silver Lake band was fortunate in having so many of its members appear 
in both of these events. 




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CHORUS AND GLEE CLUB 



Mr. Chouinard's popularity was clearly evidenced by the hoard of girls who flocked to the Little Theater 
every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during lunch time this year. As usual, the Christmas Assembly was 
very inspiring and the Music Festival was a brilliant success. 

This year, members of the Boys' Glee Club, Girls' Chorus, and High School Band participated, not only in 
the concert at Sharon, sponsored by the South Eastern Massachusetts Bandmasters' Association but in the 
New England Educators' Association Ensemble, the South Eastern District Concert Division on the Massachu- 
setts Educators' Association, and in the All State Band, Orchestra, and Chorus. 






TORCH STAFF 




Photography Staff 



Junior Editors 



Editorial Staff 





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Art Staff 



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CHESS CLUB 



The club meets every Thursday, with Mr. Smith, the adviser, to play and study the game. It is a wonderful 
experience for the club to play in an occasional tournament. 



RIFLE CLUB 



Under the advisership of Mr. Keith, Rifle Club members have been instructed in the handling and safe use 
of firearms. 

In the fall they participated in several rifle shoots at the local range. During the winter months movies were 
shown on Alaskan outdoors life. These included films on moose and bear hunting. 

When the shoots were resumed in the spring, there was a noticeable improvement in the members marks- 
manship. 



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CHEERLEADERS 

The cheerleaders, what would the school's spirit be without those peppy girls! 

Aided financially by their very successful dance, they eagerly awaited their new uniforms and megaphones. 
You will find the cheerleaders cheering the team on to victory at every game. What would they have done 
without the able assistance of their new advisor, Mrs. Peterson! 





FOOTBALL 



The 1958 football season was the most successful in Silver Lake's history. At the opening practice, coaches 
Pierce and Long greeted nine returning lettermen and forty other candidates all anxious to get uniforms. 
The team started off surprisingly well by winning three of the first four contests against Abington, Rockland 
and Middleboro. After the Middleboro game, the team was unfortunate in losing a number of close games. 
Despite the loss of these games, the team showed excellent spirit, and played good football under the 
leadership of Co-Captains Chuck Gately and Dick Ward. 

Next year the Lakers will be looking forward to a winning season under the new Co-Captains Al Goslln 
and Dave Blanchard. 




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Silver Lake Falmouth 

Silver Lake 20 Rockland 



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Silver Lake 18 Middleboro 12 

Silver Lake 16 Randolph 39 

Silver Lake 14 Bridgewater 16 

Silver Lake 8 Whitman 46 

Silver Lake Wareham 42 

Silver Lake 14 Plymouth 28 




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Under Mr. Killilea's able hand the varsity basketball team found it- 
self entering into one of its most successful seasons. Through the 
joint efforts of sophomores, juniors and seniors they finished with a 
league record of 10 wins and 4 losses resulting in third place 
position. For the second time in the history of Silver Lake the "Lakers" 
qualified for the "Tech Tourney." 




Silrer Mjake Wins^ 
Keeps Tech Hopes 



Silver Lake 57 lo 54 

Middleboro High put up a rea 



Lakers Beat Abington 

Silver Lake Hicli of Kn.s; 



^J^"^- u** '*"''*"* ^^OLD COMMIVY BASKETBALL^EAGl'E 

assembled in the gym to watch 
the presentation of athletic awards. 
Miss Audrey Gill, girls' gym in- 
■structor, awarded ten athletic cer- 
tificates to the junior varsity 
basketball team and fourteen let- 
ters to the varsity field hf)ckey 
team. Anthony Sirrlco, freriunan 
coach, gave out certificates to the 
freshman football squad, while 
Edward Parks, track coach, pre- 
■sented to the cross-country team 

nine letters and three certificates. „,.,i« Kof.,™ >„,„-,„„ .„ en., 
Hardie Pierce awarded twelve ?''^"*..'^.'°?. ^*'"^..'°..^.'"^' 
certificates to members of the 
iunlor varsity team and 23 letters 1 
to the varsity football team. Rich- 
ard Ward and Philip Bosworth : 
received sweaters from principal 
Arthur Silvester, who ajso I 
awarded blazers to Caroline Pratt, I 
Linda Peterson, Susan Candlni, and 
Elizabeth Randall. I 

I Silver Lake moved into a third 

place lie with Whitman as the 

Lakers defeated Hingham. 64-42, 

while second place Plymouth was 

dcfeaiini: Whitman. 88 50. 



t.^ke High, 57-54, at Middleborito 

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rally, whicl second quaiters of play as the 
Green W.ive l.Uiied 15 points in 
ed to setti the first quarter to the Lakers' 
stanza an 16 and equalled the LaKcis' sror- 
and left th ing in the second period, 
ficit at hall Sophomore Peter Alberghini 
Imanascd lo keep the Lakers in 
1 fairly cvei the came in the second quarter '^^ ^ 
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farted the i: 

Middleboro trai;; 

^ Ji Tiic Silver I-ake Seconds mad. p<-.. 

i 37' it a complete night, with a 31-2!re:' 
.'."decision over the Middlebor< \'> 
" 'seconds. The summaries: lotii- 

SILVER LAKE— I,eonardl rf 7-3-lv"'" 

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.pes rs B-0-I2, .Spsi 1 

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SILVER I..AKC 
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r Silver Lake Trium 

• Silver Lake Hig: 
team pave a terrific 
aggiessiveness and 
Wednesday rflght 



starred as a playmaker and aLef^vran, 
ketbaU defensive star. UrtH»J^„L% 

ition of -With the score 9-« midway In'fpf, ^fj' 
ir stealing the first period the Inkers ex- r" ~ , ^'"^ 




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loming in the I 
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Lakers ToppU Hintham 

Paced by Paul Lopes 27 point* 
and the fine rebounding of Mike 
Leonardl. Silver Lake boys won 
their sixth league victory as 
Lhey came to lite in the third 
period of play for 26 point* and 
defeated Hingham High, 64 to 
42 

The first half ended with the 

Lakers leading 22 to 19, the 

f the Laker.s Eec-liaite,s scoring 11 point* in each 

ihe '.nxt period of |of the first two quarters of play 

-••""""' 'oiand with Hlngham scoring U 

■ "• points in the fir.sl quarter and 

i'.'- i lallymg eight in the second 

ijeiiod. 

Ux' by Paul Lopes, who «<-ored 
2 points alone in the tiiird 
luarter to Hingham's seven, the 
Lakers broke the game wide 
•inpijopen as they outscc^-ed Hingham 
Ijoints I 26 to 7. The last quarter .mw 
both clubs play on even terms 
as each scorei' 16 lolnts in the 
linal period. 

A fine defensive job was seen 
by Laker Ward, who held high 
scoring Eustls of Hingham High 
.s.x points for the entire game 
li.stis' SIX pomts came in the 
ust quarter. Dick Ward was the 
>niy other Silver L«ke player 
o hit the double figures as he 
liSled for U points. 
TTie Silver Lake JVs dropped 
theu: fourth game in 10 starts in 
.1 low .scormg game to the Hing- 
ham Seconds, 23 to 21. The 
summary : 




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.^BINGTON — Dohcrty rf 2-0-4. 

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akers QuaBy For Tec! 

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Wednesday Iflght ^i Needham nloded and before thev wert. fin- Y^'^" **■'' Wl and calmly they ft 
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and provided a big Tech Tourney the end of t' 
Class C upset with a 60-55 vie- .scored seven p, 
*^^- ^ ^ ^ and I^pes St ' 

Somerset, with two 6-6 players long Jumper 
in the lineup. Captain Mike The Lakci 
Salmon and Chris "Whitcomb. pace in thi 
was a solid favorite to defeat the Lopes and „ 
Lakers. Somerset had won the baffle Somen 




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■ 0-2-2, Ward c 5-1-11, 

rg 12-3-27, OosUn. 

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5-14-64. 

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■ a If 2-1-5. Hajrward 

1-4-6. Svindqulsl 

1-1. Sarrla rg 2-2-6 

Krrsey Ig 3-1-10. Wll- 

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11 8 7 IS 43 

5 continued to out- 
lue Eagles in the 
, 13 to 8, and held 
e-point lead as the 
fourth pt3lod started. 
Plymouth managed !b outscore^ 



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Ulea used his five .starters the Cned """' " '''* '''^ ^"^^S^r 

whole way and they were 

markable. Lopes and s 

.=lolc the ball and fed the;:- n 

on fast breaks, Dick W 

Bill Carey were strong 

boards, and Mike 



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•>ff wfth a °T''^ *"'' P'^y*^ ^ 'rt Somer- a Jump sh. 

* »«•■ score, Itien hold on to the onds left 
acken the . ^^ Salmon did drive in With 

and with ^'^ * f °" '^"'^ charged on the r.r,-. r„ 

■ed out^ a*;"^" ^f""^ ''^^'P!^ ^ °»e foul 

tin^e <?om^'''^- '''^ **" ^''^^ as-'="''ed. 

ta?^trt"e.^'J'''^^P^''^ '"""'* '0 his en- game so . 
each s^nk a^* ^"[f ^°'" ^^""^ '=°"^i^»^ hus- sophomoresl 
r^ln^s len 'vf ''">? aggressive play. Despite Peter Albe' 
ko?r™:. .!!:»»'"'■ hara.ssmg tactics, few fouls during the 



shot for Sil- Lakers ITpset Plymouth 

rest Williams A crowd of 1200 saw the hoop- 

erset with 15 men from Silver Lake Hiprh play 

pres.slng, their finest frame of the year as 

tunned the second placed 

Eacle.s from Plymouth High . "*'"'""'■",'"" "^K'=°_J? °"«=°" 

thrilUni/"iiiie. 47 to 45, as ^^^^«" '" '^« ^"^"^ quarter, 

--di -scored with ^' '° 1"' ^"^ '^'* '" ^^^ B^me 

ut nine .sec- ^'^^'^ * two-point advantage over 

le ball game *^ Lakers, The remaining sec- 

ihomore Bill """^^ °^ ^^^ B*'"* s^* *« Lakers 

eup for the ^°°P °"* basket to tie Plymouth 

a knee in- ^"^ 45-all and then score the wln- 

h John Kil-p'"'5 basket with but nine sec- 

ow down theK^* '<' 8°- 

14-year-old ^.""^r'*' *■«» .'he only Laker 

e Spath and 

ould not tire 

low scoring 

as the Lak- 



to hit the double figures as he 
tallied for 14 points. Lopes ex- 
celled as playmaker and with his 
fine ball-handling set up most 
of the Inkers' baskets. Sopho- 
more Alberghlni scored nine 
points as Dave Spath scored five 
and played a fine defensive and| 
relmunding game. Laker Dick 



Narragansett League champion- huge 30-9 Ic 
ship and was one of the topierset closed' t^ 
favorites in ClaK C. . i half as the 6 

Little Paul Lopes and Dave basket and th: 
Spath completely upset Somer-j Somerset in a' _ _. 

set as they continually stole the j half. ^f ""'!)'"■"• •"• "'"were called on the Lakers andgame°was >«,i.«TM »' ""<= "<"-- 

i\?"f ?™''^ "P P'^^'- Somer- The pace beean to tell on the"° °f® 5^** "^"'"^ 'han two per- ers played '-JosseUon ball and 
set had trouble getting the ball courageous Lakers mldwav In"" The summary: moved through to score when 

past mid-court and they were the third period and Somerset's n ®"'^,?*., "'*^*=-'^«'«i'"-«!' rf 3-2-8 the opportunity arose. 
'iXeV'miZT'^ "'^^ ""''^^ "T' ^^'"'^^ -™eZrrl!r/.!^."*^pk.rir:.t'r«'=-^o°S The scoring twins of Plymouth 

Silver Lake Coach John Kil- ,^"nts 44"37'"L*'Jt/^,L!^^'^^*'so. "'8h who have scored close tojWard was tremendous on re- 

*.J.'"J2 50 points in almost every gamej "Ot'"°s- 

The Lakers w-ouldnt let their!'-.-;..; ^VlIu..n>. rf iV-r^^f J P'^^*" »^"^ ^^^ "^'^ ^'"^ "tfttthn'^Uh n potatsTe^ 'S^ 
ponents pm them down, how- K-s-ss. ''■ '^°'*" held to a mere 20 points " ^ 

and managed to stay well 5,f ",'««. = 2 3 4 La-^er Dave Spath did a f ' 

ront until the final minutes, ^or/rset"" 't j? H 1«Z?? defensive job in holding! 

Ssomerset moved to withm Middleboro's jayvees took tnc Clem Romano to six points 
iximts, 56-52, on a basket by preliminary. 38-26, with Barry Laker Dick Ward held 
.on with ies,s than , minufi. Eldrldge's nine points being best -scoring Frankie Anderson 
the lech Tourney last for Abington. total of 14 points. After the; 

70-;37, in an Old Colony Hingham and Silver Lake bat- floart*"" Romano and And, 
other e-ames, Hingham Ued on almost even terms from '"■'*''® ^f^^ ^ ^■^ points be 





Silvc!' Lake qua 
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gave Warcham a lot 
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Dick Ward ; 
the big gun.s 
etween them 

'Pf™ ?,L"^?"^'""= ^""^ I'O'^'^'-'"'^ and twice from the line. 




ble before losinir 84-62 • "'^ '""*■' ^^^ i^"' "i« Inkers out- themselves 
fZ AO (! ^' ' scored the Harbormen 26-7 in the ^^aker Dick Federlco cam^ 

ton, bJ-oi. uijrd period for the vrin. '^<= same cold in the last 

Peter Ilickey pacea Rockland Paul Lopes was the high *corer wUc'^'hadVulST'out^and 
;lh 14 points a-s he hit six times for Ihe winners with 12 from the ud with the Lakers 44th an 

'"' '"from'r line ''"'"°' n°<'^^,'hree fouls for 27 points, ."^^.n^t^^f t^slt^^ax^ by'Mlke 
The Laker defpn.^e was sn pf °"^^ ^^'^^^ ^^*'" ^^"'«'' *'"i Leonardi's winning basket. 
'' fecUve that the iSIrs failed tc " P"'"''' u*^' '"' ""'y "^^^^ P'^^" The first quarter ended with 
'or:e\. Mnglt%Sn'a LVpf^^^^^^ '''"" '" *"' ""^'''^ Plymouth leading 12 to 7, p.. : 

^ '^ tigures. by Frankie Anderson's < 

I The Hingham Jayvees won the points. The second quarter 
^.'^ iiip-and-tuck opeaer, 23-21. the Lakers outscore Plymouth 

17 to 12, as all of the Lakers took 
part in the scoring and evened 
the count, 24 all, as the first 
half ended. 



guns for Plymouth High 

tie Lakers JVs lost their third 

in nine starts as they 

ipped a 39 to 37 decision to 

Plymouth Seconds. The JVs 

m Plymouth High w'ere trail - 

the Lakers by 13 points as 

third period came to en end. 

e fourth period saw Plymouth 

utscore the Lakers, 23 to 8, to! 

ake up the deficit and go on to 

in. Varsity summary: 

SILVER LAKE— Leonardl rf 6-2-14, 
cderlco rf !-0-2. Alberghlni if 2-5-9. 

'.ird c 4-0.,l Lopes rg 3-3-9. Spath 
18-11—47 

ttomano rf 1-4-6. 
:4. Blllev c 1-1-2. 
.Martin Ig 4-1-9 — 
-'.i — n, 

PcrlOUK 12 3 4 T.I 

-;<• 7 17 13 10 47 

12 13 8 13 43 




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JUNIOR VARSITY AND 
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 

Both the J.V. and Freshman teams enjoyed a fine year winning a majority of their games. The Freshmen are 
aiming at J.V. positions as are the J.V.'s eager to rise to varsity status. It is becoming increasingly evident 
that Silver Lake will have first place teams in the near future. 




JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD 
HOCKEY AND BASKETBALL 

The J.V.'s displayed the same spirit and enthusiasm as the varsity. These girls are eager to climb to varsity 
posts. Although the scores showed defeat, the spirit of the girls more than made up for the losses. 











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This year's team started off well with many girls trying out for hockey. The new coach. Miss Gill, was very 
helpful in rounding out a spirited team. On almost any afternoon the girls could be seen earnestly prac- 
ticing with hope of victory. The game with Plymouth was the team's first effort and although it ended in 
defeat, the girls played very well. The Hingham game showed the team's spirit, but again they failed to 
win. The girls were ready for Bridgewoter and played their best, emerging with a 1 to 1 tie. Traveling to 
Abington, the girls played their final game and triumphed with a 6 — 4 victory. Thus, the season ended on 
a winning notel 



Plymouth 4 

Hingham 3 

Bridgewoter 1 

Abington 4 



Silver Lake 2 

Silver Lake 

Silver Lake 1 

Silver Lake 6 



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VARSITY BASKETBALL 




The basketball season was eagerly awaited with many girls trying out for the team. With the assistance 
of Mrs. Jones, the girls practiced earnestly for the games ahead. Although the season was not as successful 
as was hoped, the girls enjoyed themselves very much. The highlight of the season was the climactic win 
from undefeated Plymouth. Girls! Remember the rush to get back for the boy's game! 



Hanover 33 

Middleboro 29 

Rockland 26 

Abington 39 

Plymouth 51 

Middleboro 35 

Abington 55 

Bridgewater 61 

Plymouth 36 

Bridgewater 51 



Silver Lake 59 

Silver Lake 43 

Silver Lake 34 

Silver Lake 34 

Silver Lake 27 

Silver Lake 39 

Silver Lake 43 

Silver Lake 32 

Silver Lake 45 

Silver Lake 46 



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GYM CLUB 



The gym club chose representatives to perform at the basketball games. This group will also perform at the 
annual sports night, supported by the rest of the club. This group does accomplishments on the trampoline, 
the horse, the buck, the parallel bars and supplemented by gymnastic stunts. 



CROSS COUNTRY AND TRACK 

The Cross-Country end Track teams are earnestly practicing for future meets. We ore looking forward to 
hearing a great deal about our teams. Almost any afternoon you can see them running in the lower field or 
practicing the broad jump or high jump near the pit. 





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Shore's 





FINEST MEATS 




ROCKLAND 



BRAINTREE 



KINGSTON 



Finest 





SOLD. ANYWHERE 



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HANOVER PLYMOUTH 

HULL-NANTASKET 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1959 

BRAID-AID COMPANY 

Kingston, Massachusetts 
RUG-MAKING SUPPLIES WOOLENS and COTTONS 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



E. M. LOEWS 
KINGSTON DRIVE-IN 



FUN FOR THE FAMILY! 

South Shore SPORTSMAN'S PARK, Inc. 

• GOLF DRIVING RANGE 

• MINIATURE GOLF 

• BATTING RANGE • ARCHERY 

• DAIRY BAR • GRILLE 

LOU TSIOROPOULOS, GOLF INSTRUCTOR 
Washington Street • Route 3 * Hanover, Mass. 



PEMBROKE BRANCH 
EAST BRIDGEWATER SAVINGS BANK 

SAVINGS ACCOUNTS MORTGAGE LOANS 

Low-Cost Savings Bank Life Insurance 

Money Order Checks Travelers Cheques 

Club Accounts Notary Public Service 

We invite you to visit and inspect our new office in 

Pennbroke Center, corner of Mattakeesett and Center 

Streets 

OPEN MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 9:00 — 3:00 
WEDNESDAY EVENINGS 6:00 — 7:30 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

ROCKLAND TRUST COMPANY 

"THE SOUTH SHORE'S BANK" 

Complete Banking Service At Seven Conveniently Located Offices 

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF THE 

FRESHMAN CLASS 





INSURED SAVINGS 

• When and as you wish 
,^\/ • Regular savings, any amount 

• Bonus plan Monthly Savings 



Insured to $10,000 by U. S. Gov't Agency 

lOW'COSl HOME LOANS 

• To build or buy 

• Repair or modernize 

• To refinance 
Phone PI 6-4400 



Plymouth Federal Savings 

o and Loan Association 

Corner Court and R-ussell Streets 

PLYMOUTH. MASSACHUSETTS 




MAIN OFFICE 

58 Main St. 
Plymouth, Mass. 

INSTALLMENT 
LOAN OFFICE 

20 North St. 
Plymouth. Mass. 

BRANCH OFFICE 
83 Summer St. 
Kingston, Mass. 



THE PLYMOUTH NATIONAL BANK 

Est. 1803 

A Friendly and Complete Banking Service 
for Both the Individual and Business. 

Personal Checking Accounts 
Business Checking Accounts 
Saving Accounts 

Foreign Exchange Remittance 
Christmas Club 

Safe Deposit V aults 
Register Checks 
Travelers Checks 

Consumer Credit Loans 
Personal Loans 

Home Improxement Loans 
Collateral Loans 
Auto Loans 

Trust Department 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



MAYFLOWER 



WORSTED 



COMPANY 



DEXTER'S SHOE STORE 

Telephone PI 6-0165 

LOU SEGAL, Prop. 

16 Court Street Plymouth, Moss. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

PURITAN CLOTHING CO. 

MODERN STORE FOR MEN and BOYS 

and 

PURITAN TAILORING DEPL 

CLEANING TAILORING FUR STORAGE 

56 Main Street Plymouth, Mass. 

THE STUDIO 

FASHIONS and GIFTS FOR MR., MRS., and JUNIORS. 

This New England Country Shop is a joy to those who shop for fine 
merchandise, attractively displayed and moderately priced. 

THE STUDIO IN DUXBURY, MASS. 
Hours 10-5 Daily — Monday 1-5 Telephone Dux. 125 



HOLSTEIN'S 

"FOR THE SHOES YOU LOVE" 
251 Union St. — Rockland 


SHACK'S 

Established 1917 

TAILORS • CLEANERS 

A. ROWSEMITT, Proprietor 

FUR STORAGE MEN'S WEAR 

305 Union Street TRiangle 7-0780 
Rockland 


Serving Our Fifth 
Generation 


SOUTH SHORE FACTORY 
SHOE OUTLET 

CHILD'S MISSES' WOMEN'S BOYS' 
YOUTHS' MEN'S 

TENNIS and PLAY SHOES 

ALL TYPES OF DRESS SHOES 

Corner of Routes 3 & 139 
Hanover, Mass. Tel. TAylor 6-2461 


^^^^^^g ^ ROCKLAND ^^^^^^^| 


STRIDE-RITES 
AMERICAN GIRLS 


JOUBERT'S 

"YOUR STORE FOR FAMOUS BRANDS" 
SHOES and CLOTHING 

Whitman, Massachusetts 


"WE SELL FOR LESS" 

LOU'S SURPLUS OUTLET 

Hosiery — Underwear — Work Clothes — Shoes 

587 Washington Street 
Whitman, Mass. 





LONGO FLORIST 


KINGSTON LAUNDROMAT 


ERNIE and HELEN 


JOHN VENTURA 


FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 
FLORIST TELEGRAPH DELIVERY 


DRY CLEANING SHIRTS 


Phone Cy 3-6302 




225 Pleasant Street 




Hanson, Massachusetts 


PEMBROKE HOUSE 


EARLY AMERICAN 


FURNITURE and GIFTS 


On Route 3 at 139 North Pennbroke 


Tel. TAylor 6-2956 


HOWARD W. KERR 


WRIGHT'S GREENHOUSES 


PAINT and WALLPAPER 




STORE 


58 Sumnner Street 
Kingston, Massachusetts 


PAINTERS SUPPLIES 
SPORTING GOODS 






WALLPAPER — TOYS 


THE SILVER LAKE NEWS 


GAMES — MODELS 






Serving the Towns of 




PEMBROKE HANSON 


Mattakeesett Street 


HALIFAX PLYMPTON 


Pembroke, Mass. 


and 


CYpress 3-7014 


KINGSTON 




Tel. CYpress 3-7279 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



HARRY F. PIERCE 



BUILDING SUPPLIES 



Pembroke 



L. E. BOUCHARD CO., INC. 



PLUMBING and HEATING 

TIMKEN BURNERS 

FUEL OILS 



82 Main Street 



Kingston 



Tel. TAylor 6-2761 



20 Years' Experience 



PEMBROKE PORTABLE WELDING CO. 

"We Bring the Shop To You" 

CAST IRON BOILERS A SPECIALTY 

GEORGE CHANDLER, Proprietor 

Route 139, No. Pembroke, Mass. 




JOHN E. JORDAN CO 

1 Main Street 

Plymouth, Moss. 

Tel. Pi 6-2283 



BALBONI ELECTRIC CO. 

89 Pleasant Street 

Hanson, Massachusetts 

Tel. CYpress 3-6551 



Telephone TRiangle 7-0070 

ROME BROTHERS 

HARDWARE 

PAINT — WALLPAPER — PLUMBING SUPPLIES 

278 Union Street, Rockland, Massachusetts 



KINGSTON SHARPENING SHOP 

SKATES — LAWN MOWERS — SAWS 

LAWN MOWERS 
BOUGHT and SOLD 

JOSEPH R. McMANUS 
Elm Street Kingston, Mass. 



GASSETT'S METAL PRODUCTS 



Halifax, Massachusetts 



COBB & DREW, INC. 



Makers of 



RIVETS 



BURRS 



WASHERS 



TACKS 




STAPLES 



Kingston, Massachusetts 



DELANO & KEITH 



REGISTERED LAND SURVEYORS 



30 Court Street 
Plymouth 



THE COLONIAL SHOP 



Halifax, Massachusetts 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF '59 

STEELE & FARRINGTON 

Tel. Ju 5-2533 

43 Summer Street 

Kingston 



LORING'S 

'FINE REPAIRING — A SPECIALTY' 

25 Main Street 
Pi 6-1601 




GOODING'S 

JEWELERS SINCE 1802 

"Plymouth's 
Leading Jewelry Store" 

Feature Look 
DIAMONDS 

Hamilton — Gruen — Bulova — Elgin 
WATCHES 

Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing 

SPECIAL JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER 

Telephone Pi 6-0429 

18 Court St. 

Plymouth 







PLYMOUTH CORDAGE 
COMPANY 

Established 1824 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Tel. JU 5-4541 

KINGSTON OIL & GAS CO., INC. 

Oil and Gas Service 

Gas Appliances Bottled Gas Heating Oils 

62 MAIN STREET KINGSTON, MASS. 


Best Wishes From 

CAPEWAY 
SUNOCO SERVICE 

Tel. TAylor 6-2051 

Columbia Road 

Route 3 

HANOVER, MASS. 


LLOYD'S SERVICE CENTER 

COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR CAR 

CYpress 3-9382 1158 Main St. 

Hanson, Mass. 


STURTEV ANT'S 
ICE AND OIL SERVICE, INC. 

Fuels, Oils 
and Bottled Gas 
HALIFAX, MASS. 


MILLBROOK MOTORS, INC. 

E. LORING, Prop. 

WILLYS AND PACKARD 

Duxbury, Mass. Wellington 4-2255 


BOSWORTH'S GARAGE 

School Bus Service 

Calso Gasoline 

Route 106 Halifax Tel. Cy 3-2161 




€sso 

DEALER 



TAylor 6-8340 



GEORGE'S ESSO SERVICE 



ROUTE 3 



NORTH PEMBROKE, MASS. 



Complete Automotive Service 



ERIKSON'S 
SERVICE STATION 

Tires — Batteries 

Accessories 

Route 14 

Pembroke, Moss. 

CYpress 3-9351 



Compliments of 

MEINHOLD'S SERVICE 
AND GARDEN SUPPLY 

Liberty Street 
Hanover 



STOCKMAN'S SERVICE STATION 



PARTS — GAS — OIL — ACCESSORIES 



Phone justice 5-3449 



County Rd. 



Plympton, Mass. 



MACFARLANE MOTORS 



Distributors of 
G.M.C. TRUCKS 
Sales and Service 

70 Summer St. 

Kingston, Mass. 

Tel. JU 5-4534 



Telephone Cypress-3-2801 




THE CLAM HUT 




Route 27, Hanson 




Orders to Go 


Compliments 


Luncheons, Dinners 




Dairy Bar 


of 


Specializing in Pizzas 




Italian and Sea Foods 
Closed Monday 


FRAHER'S 

Restaurant — Cocktail Lounge 






Rte. 3 No. Pembroke 


For SEA FOOD at 






Members of the Diners' Club 


its best 
come to 








CAROLYN'S 




Mattokeesett Street, Route 14 


TASSY'S 


Pembroke 




Pizza 


Route 3 Kingston 


Fried Clams 
Spaghetti and Meat Balls 




CY-3-9359 




ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 


DELS RESTAURANT 




Hanson, Mass. 
Serving 


WHITEY'S FINE FOODS 


The best food in town 




steaks, chops, chicken 


Next to So. Hanson Fire Station 


sea foods 
Pizzas from 4-12 P.M. 


Serving Meals from 6 a.m. Daily 


Open doily 8 A.M. to 12 P.M. 
Corner Rts. 27 & 58 Tel. Cy-3-2251 


Rt. 27 Hanson, Mass. 


Closed Tuesday 





Compliments of 

BONGrS 

J u -5-2392 




GOULD'S SUPER MARKET 



Kingston, Massachusetts 



Best Wishes From 

BENJ. LANG AND CO., INC. 

Groceries and Provisions 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

BRYANTVILLE, MASS. 
Telephone CYpress 3-6461 



l^gj^lH^I^R^^^ MASS, 



Congratulations to the 



Class of 1959 



HENRICH'S MARKET 



Best Wishes From 



PEACOCK'S SERVICE STATION 



Route 3 



NORTH PEMBROKE 



BRYANTVILLE 



AUTO SERVICE 



School Street 



Cypress 3-2101 



BRYANTVILLE, MASS. 



OLDS 



Soles 



Oldsmobile 



OLDS 



Service 



SHIRETOWN MOTORS, INC. 



Sales 



WATER STREET 



Ford 



PI 6-3400 



Service 



PLYMOUTH 



/JAiifllf^tit/ 



Cable address: 
HAROB 



CHARLES HARRIS 
R & H Chevrolet, Inc. te 4-6000 

Morshfield, Mass. TE 4-8000 



CAPEWAY MOTORS 



DESOTO 



PLYMOUTH 



539 Bedford Street, Route 18 
Whitman 



"WHERE YOU BUY WITH CONFIDENCE" 



NOTARY PUBLIC INCOME TAX SERVICE 

WARNSMAN INSURANCE AGENCY 

Edward C. Warnsman, Jr. 

42 Summer Street, Kingston, Mass. 

Real Estate and Insurance 

INSURE TODAY BE SURE TOMORROW 



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AID rORCE ACADEMY 
CUSS RINO 



Quality 

Craftsmanship 

Service 

oJiSmiMtoiioii 



'^•^ 




Tom Galvin • Bill Rowan • Farnum Devoe 

SALES REPRESENTATIVES • S. E. NEW ENGLAND DIVISION 

L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 

ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS 



HELEN S. ROBBINS 



PLYMPTON, MASS. 



Mutual Fire Insurance 



OSBORN'S COUNTRY STORE 



131 Eliot Street 
101/2 Nelson Street 



HENDRIE'S ICE CREAM 

Favorably Known for 74 Years and Still in 

a Class by Itself 

"MADE FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE" 

BLuehills 8-7850 

PI 6-0160 



Milton 87, Mass. 
Plymouth, Mass. 



MIX'S FARM STAND 

Fruit and Produce 

Route 14 

Pembroke, Mass. 

Telephone CYpress 3-2045 



COUNTRY KITCHEN CANDIES 



Fine Homemade Chocolates 



Candies — Fudge 



Wampotuck St. (ofP Route 14) 



Pembroke, Mass. 




Compliments of 

OCEAN SPRAY 

Leading Producer of 

Quality Cranberry Products 

with 

Processing Plants in 

HANSON and WAREHAM, MASSACHUSEHS 




Janitor Supplies 

Skin Diving Equipment 



Connpliments of 

JAMES BLISS & CO., INC. 

342 Atlantic Avenue 

Boston 10, Mass. 

Tel. HU 2-4130 

Marine Supplies 
Nautical Gifts & Ship Model Kits 



Best Wishes 

SHERMAN FURNITURE 

310 Court Street 

PLYMOUTH 

MASS. 




Compliments of 

SHWOM BROS. 

305 Court Street 
North Plymouth 



TAILORS 



CECCARELLI 



'Same Day Cleaning Service' 



Tel. Pi 6-0941 



CLEANERS 



Compliments of 



ALVE'S SHOE STORE 



'Shoes for the Entire Family' 



303 Court Street 



No. Plymouth, Moss. 



PLYMOUTH 
MEN'S SHOP 

WILLIAM R. CAVICCHI 

Distinctive Men's Wear 

18 MAIN STREET 

Tel. Pi 6-0341 


SMITH'S INC. 

1858 - 1958 
100th ANNIVERSARY 


ARCHER 

BLUEBERRY 

NURSERY 

Brimstone Corner 
PEMBROKE, MASS. 


TOABE'S 
Kingston Hardware Co. 

KINGSTON, MASS. 


Compliments of 

MARLENA'S 

Halls Corners 
Duxbury, Massachusetts 


Best Wishes to the 
Class of '59 

HANSON LAUNDROMAT 

536 Main Street 
CY 3-6307 



LOUIS KNIFE & SON 



BELL SHOPS 



MAIN STREET 



PLYMOUTH, MASS. 



Compliments 
of 

NINE OWLS 

Pembroke, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 



B. F. GOODRICH 



Duxbury, Massachusetts 



Compliments 
of the 

KINGSTON 
RECAPPING CO. 

Prop. LEO McLaughlin 



JOHN W. GOGGIN & SONS 



FURNITURE 



Main Street 




Plymouth, Mass. 



Compliments 


JORDAN'S 


of 


PHARMACY 


HOSEA'S 


KINGSTON, MASS. 


SALLY 


^ 




Compliments of 


DRESS SHOP, INC. 


HANOVER PHARMACY 


WHITMAN, MASS. 


Tedeschi's Shopping Center 




Route 3 Hanover, Moss. 


Congratulations From 


Compliments of 


RIDDER FARM, INC. 


BERNARD'S 


Oak Street 


Ladies' Apparel 


Whitman 


PLYMOUTH 



KINGSTON WESTERN AUTO 


Auto Parts Sporting Goods 




( 


Western} 
Auto j 

Associate^ 


» 




KINGSTON NURSERY 




AND FLOWER SHOP 


HJALMAR S. WISTI 


J. E. Ruprecht, Prop. 




EXPERT FLORAL DESIGNING 


MASON 


PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS, ETC. 


32 Maple St. Kingston 


FLORIST — NURSERYMAN 
LANDSCAPING ALSO 


Tel. Kingston Ju 5-2481 


RUSTIC CEDAR FENCING 




Kingston, Mass. Tel. Ju 5-8775 


KINGSTON 


Compliments to the 


NEWS STORE 


Class of '59 


GEORGE McSHERRY 


BENOTTI'S 


79 Sunnmer Street, Kingston 


MARKET 


Dodge — Renault — Plymouth 


SUNSHINE SUPER MARKET 


Compliments of 


Ralph Govoni, Prop. 


JOHN HAMILTON, INC. 


MEATS AND GROCERIES 


Main Street 


133 Main Street 


Kingston, Massachusetts 


KINGSTON 


Ju 5-2074 


Tel. Ju 5-4446 — Ju 5-2018 



Complimenfs of 

HOBOMOCK OIL 
COMPANY, INC. 

Taylor 6-2506 
Taylor 6-4326 


Compliments 
of a Friend 


TED'S 
TEXACO STATION 

108 Main Street 

Ju 5-0470 

Specializing in Lubrication 

"The Service That Satisfies" 


PEMBROKE 
LAUNDROMATIC 


Taylor 6-2068 

WINSLOW'S 
of Hanover 

Feminine Apparel 

Route 3 

Hanover, Mass. 


SYLVESTER COMPANY 
INCORPORATED 

Hardware and Lumber 


BEST WISHES FROM 

HOBOMOCK INN 

Fred and Cora Solari 
Proprietors 



Compliments of 



ELIZABETH FAIRFIELD 



HOME 



WALK-OVER 



NORTH STREET 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

ANGIE'S 
MUSIC SHOP 

16 Main Street 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 
Phone Pi 6-1932 



NAVIGATIONAL 



INSTRUMENTS 



E. S. RITCHIE & SON, INC. 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of '59 

BUHNER'S 

PLYMOUTH 



Compliments 
of 

HARRY F. PIERCE 

Building Supplies 



PEMBROKE 



Congratulations 


to the Class of 1959 


M & M SPORTING GOODS CO. 


PLYMOUTH 


Tel. Pi 6-1915 35 Main St. 


/<S% 


POIRIER'S BAKERY 


^/^^Si 


Wedding and birthday cokes a specialty 


^SM 


Pastries for All Occasions 
67 Summer Street 


^^^^^ 


Kingston, Massachusetts 


/" 1 • J. £ 


Tel. Ju 5-2395 


Compliments of 






Compliments of 


WARD BAKING CO. 


HUGHIE'S SPAGHETTI 

Route 58 




Hanson, Massachusetts 


■ 


Italian Spaghetti — Pizza 




Cy 3-9373 


To Class of '59 


from 


P. LANZILLOHA & SONS 


Pembroke, Massachusetts 


CONTRACTORS 



KINGSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 



Congratulates 



Class of "59" 



Best Wishes to the 



Class of '59 



HANSON HARDWARE 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



SILVER LAKE HIGH 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




"In the Heart 

of 

Plymouth County" 

BERNICE C. SHAW 

REALTOR NOTARY PUBLIC 

HENRY G. SHAW 

INSURANCE BROKER 

Telephone 

justice 5-4490 




BALBONI'S 
DRUG STORE 

315 Court Street 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 




LELANDS 




FOR FINEST 



FOODS 



Compliments of 



THOMPSON'S, INC. 



Junction of Routes 3 and 139 



North Pembroke, Moss. 



STEWART'S 

"Where clothing and prices 
both fit your needs." 



26 Main Street 



Rockland, Massachusetts 



Phone 



TR. 6-2658 



HANSON 
DRUG COMPANY 



PEMBROKE 
DRUG COMPANY 



Have Your Prescriptions 
Filled Here 




MR. JOSEPH 



HANOVER, MASS. 



Route 3 



Corner of Broadway 



Hanover, Mass 



Hrs. 9 A.M. — 9 P.M. 



Apparel for the Family 
Casuals and Tailoring 




JL FINE CLASS RINGS 
^ ANNOUNCEMENTS 
1, YEARBOOKS 
J^ AWARDS 



J O S T E N 'S 



Since 1897 



JAMES R. ROBARE & SON 

Plumbing — Heafing — Pump Work 

Licensed Plumber 

Tel. JU-5-4557 



Congratulations from the 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



JACK MC 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1959 

DAVET 



JACKM 



OPEN LETTER TO OUR SENIOR CLASS 



Dear Seniors: 



Thought you'd never moke it, didn't you? Congratula- 



tions and best wishes for the future, 



Sincerely, 



CLASS OF 1960 



COMPLIMENTS 


of the 


SCIENCE CLUB 




"ESTES OWN ICE CREAM" 




GEORGE ESTES 


GENTILE'S 


proprietor 


SUPER MARKET 


Carver Street 




Halifax, Massachusetts 


Leads in Food Values 
Meats — Groceries — Vegetables 








Compliments of 


SELF-SERVICE 






HAYWARD'S GROCERY STORE 


Route 58 Monponsett 


Four Corners 




Halifax, Massachusetts 



A. R. PARKER CO. 



Jinny Parker Whiting 



Don Whiting 




GOOD FOOD 



— Plus — 



FINER ICE CREAM 



Where you meet your Friends" 



A. R. PARKER COMPANY 



East Bridgewater 



Route 106 



635 Plymouth St. 



Open 7 days a week, 5 A.M. 'till 12 Midnight 



CONGRATULATIONS 



to the 



CLASS OF '59 



SILVER LAKE CHAPTER 

of the 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



BARNES & JARNIS, INC. 

Engineers 

261 Franklin Street 

Boston, Massachusetts 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1959 

SILVER LAKE REGIONAL 

HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS' 

ASSOCIATION 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to the Members 

of the Graduating Class 

from 

THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 

SILVER LAKE REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 



CONGRATULATIONS 



CLASS OF '59 



THE DICKSONS 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 



71 Court Street Plymouth, Massachusetts 



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Mr. and Mrs. Matti Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andresen 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Mrs. Mabel Arruda 

Audrey and Larry 

Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bailey 

Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Bartlett 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Barclay 

Mr. and Mrs. Benway 

Mr. Oscar Bernier 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Billings 

Brad Bishop 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Blackman 

Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Blatt 

Bobo's Henchmen 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Breen 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Burgholzer 

Mr. and Mrs. William Burke 

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Call 

The J. C. Campbell Paper Co. 

Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell 

Bill and Anita Carey 

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Carlson 

Mr. and Mrs. Jonson Carson 

Mrs. Natalie Carter 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Chambers 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Chose 

Mrs. Felix J. Childs 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark 

Mr. and Mrs. Myron Clark 

Mr. and Mrs. Cobleigh 

Mrs. Audrey E. Conroy 

Mr. Joseph Contente 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Conway 

Mrs. Roberta Conway 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Corrow 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Dandeneau 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward DeJesus 

Denault's 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Devine 

Mrs. Josephine DiMario 



Dolly and Kevin 

Dot and Don 

Mr. and Mrs. James Dougherty 

Dotty, Andy, Jon, and Priscilla 

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Durgin, Jr. 

Ed and Fred 

Eddie's Snack Bar 

Mrs. Carl Edelmon 

Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. Emery 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Fagen 

Mr. Allan Fergusori 

Mr. Hugh Ferguson 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Ferreira 

Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzgerald 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Froser 

A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. William Garuti 

Mr. and Mrs. John Giuliani 

Mr. and Mrs. Asa Glass 

Mr. and Mrs. Parker Glass 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goslin 

Mr. and Mrs. John Govoni 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Grover 

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Henrich 

Norman W. Hobill 

Jan and Johnny 

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Joyce 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kennedy 

Mrs. Raymond LaHaye 

Mr. and Mrs. C. LoRoche 

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Lane 

Linda and Ritchie 

Mr. Lauri Moki 

Mr. Toivo Maki 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Maioni 

Mrs. Phyllis Mason 

Mr. John L. Mitchell 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mclllvano 

Mrs. MocLode 

Mr. and Mrs. McLeod 



P. W. Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Murray 

Mamie 

Nancy and Dave 

Mrs. Helen Noyes 

Mrs. Katherine O'Neil 

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Peck 

Mrs. Francis Pederson and Family 

Mrs. Irmo Peterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Peterson 

Miss Mildred Pierce 

Plymouth, Buick and Pontiac 

Mr. and Mrs. James Pool 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pope 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Pratt 

Quaker Restaurant 

Mr. and Mrs. William Rainey 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Randall 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reardon 

Reed's Service Station 

Mr. and Mrs. William Rhodes 

Mrs. Hazel Richardson 

Mr. and Mrs. David Roberts 

Robin and Bob 

Freddie Roncarati 

Rosanna and Harry 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Russell 

Saftler's 

Mr. and Mrs. James Spalluzzi 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stevens 

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Stiles 

Mrs. Mae Svirsky 

Sue and Johnnie's 

Mrs. Helen A. Souza 

Mr. and Mrs. Theo Thomas 

Mr. and Mrs. John Titus 

Mr. and Mrs. John Troynor 

Mr. and Mrs. Mario Vernozzaro 

Mrs. Caroline Wade 

Mr. and Mrs. G. Franklin Ward 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whyatt 

Mr. and Mrs. Forest Young 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Young 



PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS AND SPONSORS 
THEY HELPED MAKE THIS YEARBOOK POSSIBLE 




OUR PROi^KSSK 

BEAUTICIANS 


3;N AL FRIEIS DS 


Barbara Albee's Beauty Shop 


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The Charm Beauty Solon 




Cynthia's 




Kent's Beouty Solon 


TEACHERS 


Evelyn Reordon Beauty Salon 






Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Borham 


DENTISTS 


Mrs. Sylvia Bjonholm 




Mrs. Catherine Breen 


James B. Gallagher, Jr. D.M.D. 


Mrs. Barbara T. Coin 


James B. Gallagher, Sr. D.M.D. 


Mrs. Mary Cherry 


William Gorham, D.M.D 


Mrs. Anna E. Chiros 


Hatch Dentol Laboratory 


Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Choinard 


Elton Jewett, DM.D. 


Mrs. Eleanor Churchill 


Edward M. Krensky, D.M.D. 


Miss Mary D. Cionnavei 


Francis Ortolani, F.A.C.D. 


Mr. and Mrs. William Clougherty 


Thomas Sweeney, D.M.D. 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cookley 




Miss Helen A. DeGere 




Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Frank 




Mr. and Mrs. J. Frazer 




Mr. and Mrs. John Hill 




Mr. Samuel M. Keith 




Mr. John P. Killilea 




Mrs. Olive Lemerise 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Long 






Mr. and Mrs. Alf Lootz 




Mrs. Jean H. McCulloch 




Mr. ond Mrs. Wilbert Nickerson 




Miss Dorothy Oliver 




Mr. George O'Neil 




Mr. and Mrs. Norman Opachinski 




Mrs. Mary J. Packard 


DOCTORS and PHYSICIANS 


Mr. and Mrs. Edward Parks 




Mr. Hardie W. Pierce 


Frank J. Abate, Jr., M.D. 


Mr. and Mrs. Molcolm Pratt 




Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Randall 


Clifford C. Agnew, M.D. 




Robert Browning, M.D. 


Mr. and Mrs. Chester Roy 


Hyman Duby, M.D. 


Miss Dorothy Raymond 


Medora Eastwood, M.D. 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Ringer 


James Gormley, M.D. 


Mrs. Robert C. Rounds 




William Gould, M.D. 


Mr. James F. Shaw 


H. H. Hamilton, M.D. 


Mrs. Beatrice K. Sprogue 


Vernon W. Mayo, M.D. 


Mrs. Roger Stone 




Miss Doris Tober 


Raymond Russo, Vet. 






Mrs. Henrietta Wheeler 


Samuel Stewart, M.D. 




1. H. Waterman, M.D. 




Sidney R. Wilker, M.D. 





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